Ex-servicemen return medals to President in favor of farmers, appeal to 3,80,000 ex-servicemen of Punjab
Recently, the military wing of Punjab, while supporting the farmers against the agrarian laws, announced that if the Union government does not comply with the demands of the farmers in the farmers’ struggle by January 26, in the days to come. Will return to the President.
In this connection, Gurjinder Singh Sidhu, Chief of Shiromani Akali Dal Sainik Wing Punjab in Barnala today launched a campaign to send couriers to Rashtrapati Bhawan by sealing the medals brought by a large number of soldiers.
On this occasion, a large number of ex-servicemen reached Barnala with medals. Mr. Gurjinder Singh Sidhu said that today every working class of the country was sitting on the Delhi border in the peasant struggle but the Union Government was not bothered. In this struggle, it has been proved that the farmers of the country and the soldiers of the country are united.
He said that if the farmers were on the streets today then the soldiers of the country were protesting to the Central government by returning their medals. In this context, 380,000 ex-servicemen of Punjab were urged to return all the medals to the country as soon as possible. To return to the President of India in protest of agricultural laws.
Meerut: In the Kisan Mahapanchayat being held in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh today, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, while speaking in support of the farmers, slammed the Modi government. He said that the whole incident of Red Fort was done by BJP itself.
Kejriwal said that the people and farmers of Uttar Pradesh and Punjab had told him that they were sending them there on purpose. Those who waved flags were their own activists. He also said that the Union government had sent a letter to build nine stadiums as jails, but he did not approve the letter. If we had built a jail, they would have imprisoned the farmers there and the whole movement would have ended. ‘
Kejriwal said that these three laws of the Center are death warrants for farmers. After the enactment of this law, the central government wants to hand over the remnants of farmers to their three or four big capitalist allies. He said that even the British had never committed such atrocities. Now they are making false lawsuits against our farmers.
The Chief Minister said that the BJP had said in its manifesto in 2014 that we would implement the report of the Swaminathan Commission. The farmers voted for him. Three years later, the BJP made it clear in an affidavit in the Supreme Court that it would not pay the MSP.