Tribune News Service
Bathinda, January 25
People in cities and villages of the area have began placing up farm union flags outside their homes and shops as a mark of support for the farmers’ agitation towards the three agri legal guidelines and tractor parade on Republic Day.
Rising above political traces, individuals have joined fingers in support of the farmers. Green and yellow flags of farm unions may be seen in nearly each home in support of the farmers.
In Multania village in Bathinda, all homes in the village have put up kisan union flags on their homes and shops in the village.
Harsewak Singh, former sarpanch of Multania village, mentioned “All villagers have come up unanimously above the celebration traces in support of farmers’ agitation. This is the difficulty of our bread and butter, so your entire village is one and supporting this farmer’s agitation as this combat is for our youngsters and household.”
Jagsir Singh, BKU Ekta Ugrahan chief mentioned: “Earlier, after we used to ask individuals to carry union flags, they have been hesitant; however occasions have modified. The similar individuals now snatch flags from us as everybody desires it and we face a scarcity of flags. They like taking pictures with the union leaders as if they’re celebrities. This is the ability of this agitation.”
Even, social activist Harmilap Singh Grewal has began a drive of putting in flags with a slogan “Kisan Mazdoor Ekta Zindabad” in the Bathinda metropolis in support of tractor parade on January 26.
Every villager in the area is contributing as per its financial standing to support this agitation. Even labourers are additionally giving no matter little they’ll contribute to it.
The flags, stickers and banners supporting farmers’ agitation, in shades of yellows, greens, white, black, are seen nearly all over the place in the area at shops, on the rooftops and gates of the homes, in the fields by the freeway, and on the automobiles.
BKU Ekta Ugrahan leaders mentioned “They are promoting the union flag with brand at Rs 30 per piece after verifying the credential of the individuals, however it’s learnt that some individuals have illegally printed these unions’ flags because of its excessive demand and are promoting it at Rs 100 and extra per piece”.