Bathinda, January 7
Scores of farm labourers beneath the banner of the Punjab Khet Mazdoor Union left from south Malwa districts to participate within the farmers’ agitation towards the farm legal guidelines on the Tikri border on Thursday.
Farm labourers from Bathinda, Muktsar, Faridkot and Mansa amongst different districts left for the Tikri border. From Bathinda district alone, six buses and one truck left for the protest venue.
Union president Jora Singh Nasrali mentioned: “Not simply farmers however farm labourers would even be straight affected by the brand new legal guidelines. Farm labourers concern these legal guidelines would give management of the agriculture sector to company homes. We will probably be additional subjected to undue harassment and unemployment.”
Meanwhile, a big gathering of members of the Malwa bus operators’ union, technical companies union, shopkeepers’ union, beopar mandal and fabric market affiliation, and medical practitioners gathered in Bathinda metropolis to see them off. Resham Singh, a pacesetter of Samrathan Committee together with different members of various unions contributed Rs 1 lakh for the farmers’ protest. — TNS