New Delhi: Farmers' movement on the borders of Delhi has been going on for more than 110 days against the agricultural law brought by the central government, the festival of Holi will be celebrated in the entire country in the coming days, so the farmers have also decided this That they will celebrate the festival of Holi on the outskirts of Delhi itself. In fact, the United Kisan Morcha has given a call that Holi will be lit against anti-farmer laws on the day of Holi Dahan on March 28.
Farmers have completed preparations for Holika Dahan on the Ghazipur border, Rakesh Tikait had made it clear in the early days of the movement that farmers will celebrate Holi this time only on the Ghazipur border. Uttar Pradesh President of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) Rajveer Singh Jadon has said, "This time all the farmers will celebrate Holi right here. The movement is still going on, the farmers will not go to the village. Celebrate Holi in a simple and peaceful way on the outskirts."
Will there be any banging on the day of Holi? In response to this question, Jadoun said, "There will be no such thing, there will not be any raging nor hustling. It will be done in a peaceful manner." Dharmendra Malik, national media in-charge of Bhakiyu said, "Holi is a big festival, farmers will not go home and celebrate Holi on the Ghazipur border itself. Even fire cannot defeat Satya, this time with the same motive to celebrate Holi."