New Delhi: People of Punjab, who are running a hospital for farmers on the Kundli-Singhu border, have paid homage to the martyred farmers before leaving on Sunday. Meanwhile, 734 farmers who were martyred were paid tribute with candles. He has also said that martyrs will always be remembered. Punjab's Patiala resident Purukta Singh has said that the hospital is being run by the Life Care Society in the name of Kisan Mazdoor Ekta on the Kundli-Singhu border. The farmers' front has so far left from here on 11th December. As long as the last remaining farmers are present on the border, he is going to stay here. Now that the farmers have gone, they have packed their goods.
He has earlier paid homage to the martyrs. He has said that a total of 734 farmers have lost their lives in the farmers' protest so far. This includes the names of 2 farmers who met with the accident yesterday. In this regard, 734 candles have been lit at the hospital site to pay homage to all the martyred farmers.
Ambulances returning to Panipat after operating on a person in Delhi have been stuck in a jam near village Nathupur. Who was pushed out of the damaged road nearby by the farmers present there and asked to remove it. Panipat resident Anuj Jain has said that his father has undergone an operation at a Delhi hospital. He was returning to Panipat from Delhi with his father. From inside Singhu village, he approached Nathupur with his father and there was a jam. Ambulances were stuck in the jam for a long time. At which some farmers nearby came to their aid and pushed the ambulance out of the damaged road and helped them to leave for the destination.