Barnala: The candlelight march dedicated to the Pulwama incident and the farmers’ battle known as for a united farmer entrance was nicely obtained in the Barnala district. United Kisan Morcha march handed via the Sadar Bazaar from the railway station Barnala stage to Shaheed Bhagat Singh Chowk and concluded at the railway station.
Similarly, a candlelight march was held at Thikriwala, the ancestral village of Shaheed Seva Singh Thikriwala. During these candle marches in lots of villages of the district, individuals from all walks of life actively participated. As night fell, the streets/neighborhoods of cities, cities, and villages resounded with the resounding chants of Lal Salaam to the martyrs of the Pulwama incident and farmer protest.
Various locations Balwant Upli, Darshan Ugoke, Gurdev Mangewal, Malkit Ina, Parminder Handiaya, Babu Singh Khudikalan, Bhola Singh Channan, Kulwant Singh Bhadaur, Balwant Cheema, Sahib Singh Babbar, Karnail Singh Gandhi, Yadvinder Chuhanke, Nachhatar Sahur, Amarjit Kaur Paramjit Kaur Thikriwal, Jaspal Kaur, Manjit Kaur, Gurnam Singh, Gurdarshan Singh, Mela Singh Kattu, Kuldeep Dhaula, Gurmail Singh Chhiniwal, Sadhu Singh Moom, Jarnail Singh Sehajra, Gurmeet Sukhpur, Rajiv Kumar, Gurmail Thuliwal, Majid Khan, Bhag Singh Kurar, Jaswinder Singh Kurar, Sohan Singh, Harcharan Chahal, Bikker Singh Aulakh, Anil Kumar, Khushmandarpal, Gurjant Singh, Kulvir Singh, Yadvinder Thikriwal, Kewaljit Kaur, Soni, Navdeep, Dr. Jasbir Aulakh, Ujagar Singh Behla, Niranjan Singh, Inderjit Singh, Giani Ram Singh, Bhinder Moom, Amarjit Singh Mehal Khurd Amarjit Singh Mahilkhurd and different leaders strongly appealed to each family, each individual to contribute in the widespread peasant / individuals’s battle which has now entered the decisive part.
“Agriculture will not be a commerce however the livelihood of 138 crore Indians,” audio system mentioned. That is why each part has come ahead on this subject of battle past the.