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‘Delhi chalo’: All set for mega turnout on November 26 | Amritsar News



BATHINDA: Despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement to repeal farm laws in the upcoming winter session of Parliament, the farmer bodies have stuck to Chalo Dilli calls. The farmers are being asked to reach the borders of Delhi in large numbers to observe the completion of a year into protests on November 26 and tractor trolley marches towards Parliament from November 29. The calls are getting instant response as many farmers have started reaching the borders of the national capital and others are into making plans to move.
The meetings are being organised by various farm organisations in Punjab for mobilising farmers towards the Delhi borders after most of the farmers have already sown the wheat crop. Though many are reaching out to Delhi borders in trains, some are going by own modes of transport and even tractor trolleys.
The preparations are being made at the Singhu, Tikri borders and Bahadurgarh for large number of farmers expected to reach for the big occasion.
BKU (Ekta Ugrahan), which is holding separate protest near Pakora Chowk of Bahadurgarh, has started preparations in big way to accommodate large numbers of farmers in its pandal.
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