One year of farm protests: AIKS vows to continue stir till 'demands are met', Delhi CM Kejriwal

New Delhi: Farmers are celebrating in part at the Kundli border on Friday, one year after the historic kisan campaign headed by the United Kisan Morcha (SKM) ended and three agricultural regulations were repealed. Farmers continue to make their way to the Kundli-Singhu border. The perspective of the horoscope boundary has shifted dramatically. At the border, laddoos are being handed while young farmers dance to DJs. The jalebis anchor has also been launched.

Farmers continue to arrive in Delhi. Women make up a sizable portion of the population. Farmers have flocked to the Kundli border to join the farmers' agitation. Farmers from Punjab and Haryana were set to protest at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi a year ago on November 26, 2020, against three agricultural legislation imposed by the Central Government. Which were stopped at the Delhi border. After that, the farmers planned to stage a protest on Delhi's outskirts to press their demands. On Friday, the one-year milestone of the farmers' strike came to an end. Meanwhile, on Guru Parv Day, November 19, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the repeal of three agricultural regulations, a major demand of farmers.


At the same time, the plan was approved by the Cabinet. Following that, the farmers agreed to hold a partial celebration when the withdrawal procedure of three agricultural legislation began at the border after a year. As a result, the United Kisan Morcha has urged farmers to travel to the Kundli border. There has been a never-ending rush since then. On Friday, the image was already visible amid the festivities.

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