Haryana Samyukta Kisan Morcha Plans Large Gathering in Delhi on March 14

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In Jind, Haryana, leaders of the Haryana Samyukta Kisan Morcha (HSKM) convened a meeting in Narwana town of Jind district to strategize their support for the ongoing farmers’ protests at the Data Singhwala-Khanauri and Shambhu borders between Punjab and Haryana.


Comprised of 18 different outfits from the state, HSKM, representing Haryana farmers, expressed solidarity with the farmer protests during the gathering. Presided over by Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) state president Joginder Singh Nain, the meeting paid tribute to Shubhkaran Singh, a young farmer who tragically lost his life in a police crackdown at the Khanauri border on February 21.


Leaders of HSKM, including Joginder Singh Nain, Inderjeet Singh, Ratan Maan, Sukhdev Jammu, Satyawan, Azad Palwa, and others, criticized the Haryana government for accommodating paramilitary forces in government-run schools near border areas, causing distress among students due to the presence of armed security personnel.


In a joint resolution, the leaders announced plans to mobilize a large gathering at Delhi’s Ramlila Grounds for a mega rally called Kisan Mazdoor Mahapanchayat on March 14. Additionally, they demanded the resignation of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, and Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij for their role in the crackdown on farmers.


Joginder Singh Nain emphasized the significance of the Mahapanchayat in Delhi to address various issues including legal guarantees for Minimum Support Price (MSP), opposition to the electricity amendment bill, debt relief, old age pension, rollback of labor codes, and other pending matters.


The meeting concluded with a determination to launch joint district-level protests to ensure the success of the SKM’s call for action on March 14. Inderjeet Singh reiterated demands for the reopening of all roads, withdrawal of police personnel from schools hampering students’ studies, release of arrested individuals, and withdrawal of police cases.


Furthermore, the farmers denounced raids at the residence of former governor Satyapal Malik, who exposed corruption and revealed failures in preventing the 2019 Pulwama terror attack.

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