1 year of Farmers Movement against agricultural laws, protests continued in Delhi today

New Delhi: Protests are continuing across India against all the three agricultural laws enacted by the Central Government. The farmers' agitation has been going on since November 2020 demanding the re-enactment of agricultural laws. The three agricultural laws passed by the Central Government have been opposed for a long time. Thousands of farmers are agitating on the Border of Delhi. The Supreme Court has banned the implementation of all three agricultural laws brought by the Central Government.

On the other hand, Shiromani Akali Dal is celebrating 17th September as Black Day on the completion of one year of enactment of 3 agricultural laws. In Delhi, party workers along with farmers are taking out a protest march to Parliament demanding withdrawal of all the three agricultural laws. Shiromani Akali Dal leaders and activists are protesting with farmers in the country's capital Delhi on Friday. The Shiromani Akali Dal has named it Black Friday.

However, in view of the performance of the farmers, police forces have been deployed in large figures. Police are trying to stop the farmers at many places in Delhi but farmers are moving forward. Let us tell you what has happened so far in the Kisan movement and whenever there was a discussion between the Government and the farmers. The first law of the Kisan Andolan is the Farmers' Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Simplification) Bill, 2020. In it, the Government is saying that it wants to increase the option to sell the produce of the farmers.

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