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Rain, Waterlogging causes hurdles During the Farmer’s Protest

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The ongoing protest against the farmers and the centre has intensified more as the farmer’s union leader urged the government to let go of its stubbornness and reiterated that the agitation will continue in the future until the farm laws are completely withdrawn.

Onkar Singh stated that the government should leave its stubbornness as the protest will continue. With the 37th day of the protest that the farmers won’t go back until the farm law is completely withdrawn. Even due to the protest in winter many farmers are losing their lives and the government is still not taking any action. Even with such cold waves, the government is not taking the protest so seriously.

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Thousands of farmers have been demonstrating against the three agricultural laws enacted in September at different points of the Delhi borders since November 26. Six rounds of talks with the government have failed to resolve the deadlock, with the farmers adamant that the laws have to be repealed.

Harmeet Singh Kadian, Farmer’s leader stated that they are demanding to repeal all the three farm laws and even in the future meeting they will be demanding the same. Even with the weather conditions, farmers are still protesting, and also in the future, they will continue to protest until their demands are fulfilled.

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The situation is even worst when there was an overnight rain situation where the farmers faced many difficulties like waterlogged tents, soaked firewood, and extreme cold conditions. According to the farmers, the continuous downpour led to waterlogging at agitation venues and waterproof tents did not help much.

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Farmer leader Abhimanyu Kohar, who is a member of Sankyukt Kisan Morcha, said farmers have waterproof tents but they cannot protect them from biting cold and waterlogging.

Article Written By Dikhya Mohanty

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