In solidarity with farmers' protest in Delhi, tractor parade in Bengaluru on Republic Day


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Jan 24: Farmers have been protesting for the past 60 days on the outskirts of the national capital against the new farm laws introduced by the central government. As the nine rounds of talks between the union government and leaders of farmers have failed, farmers have resorted to increasing the intensity of their protest. They have decided to hold a tractor rally in Delhi on Republic Day on January 26. It is said that thousands of tractors will take part in this rally.

Farmers in Karnataka are also extending huge support to the protest of farmers in Delhi. Samyukta Horata, Karnataka Vedike, State farmers' association and Hasiru Sene have already expressed their support to the protest and have decided to hold a huge tractor parade and convention in the city on January 26.


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Badagalapura Nagendra, senior leader of farmers' association and eminent person leading the protest said that farmers from throughout Karnataka will arrive in Bengaluru with their tractors.

President of farmers' association Kodihalli Chandrashekhar said, "Protest will take place condemning the new APMC act and land reform act amendment. Thousands of farmers will take part in this rally. The rally will start from Nice road junction of Tumkur."

"This is the fight of farmers and labourers. Farmers, labourers and supporters of this protest from Mumbai-Karnataka, Hyderabad-Karnataka and Madikeri-Mysuru region will take part in this convention. Around 25,000 people are arriving from outstation districts. More tractors are arriving from nearby districts. In addition, two wheelers and other vehicles will also take part," said Chandrashekhar.

Tractor rally will begin from Kutta in Madikeri on January 25. It will arrive at Mysuru via Ponnampete, B Mangala, Gonikoppa, Thithimathi and Hunsur. From there the rally will reach Bidadi via Pandavapura and Mandya.

Vehicles arriving from Belagavi and Hubballi will halt at Chitradurga. Vehicles arriving from Raichur and Ballary will halt at Tumkur Math. Vehicles are arriving from Chikkaballapur and Kolar also as per the information given by Badagalapura Nagendra.

Nagendra further said, "All the vehicles will converge at the outskirts of the city at around 11 am on January 26 and enter the city at 12 noon. On January 26, senior freedom fighter H S Doreswamy will do the flag hoisting and urge the government to repeal the farm laws."

 

 

 

  

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  • Ganesh Shetty, MANGALURU

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    Why there is no Minimum Support Price for other sectors like fish per KG, Chicken per KG. there are lakhs of Kurubas who can fight for minimum support price for sheep. why only farmers?

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  • sense_Shetty, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    Farmers Rally

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    farmers r back-bone of India. i support farmers causes repeal, throw out 3 farm laws immediately w/o wasting time. kachra govt.

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  • R.L., Udupi/USA

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    Love to see farmers unity nation should support farmers first time we see this kind of agitation in India’s history after independence government failed to solve farmers problems.

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  • Robin, Byndoor

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    Tractor manufacturers never expected that they will get such a huge free advertisements for their brands. Their business shines. No doubt.

    Let farmers also win in their struggle. Anna Daatho Sukhee Bhava..

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  • Alwin, Mangaluru

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    Great thing our farmers save india and democracy

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  • PAM, MLR

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Many People don't understand Farmers difficulties that they go thru. First stop Siddu's Anna Bhagya where people are wasting food rice and enjoying free rice. Then People realize and support Farmers.

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  • dk shetty, mangalore

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    we the citizens of this country must support our farmers in their honest fight to repeal anti-farmer laws.
    Govt must withdraw these dividing laws

    Our farmers are as important as our soldiers lets support them wholeheartedly

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  • Ramesh, Udupi

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Only true nationalist will support the famers.

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  • Ruben Pinto, Mangalore/Australia

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Why can't farmers have their own co-op market and get the best prices? Why support from govt? All this support for govt run companies, go- downs are turning out to be whit elephants and a burden on us, the tax payers.

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Yes, a very good proposal. First govt should repeal 3 laws then farmers should be allowed to form thier own co-op to sell thier produce and the govt should legalize this organization.

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  • Kuttappa A G, Kodagu district Karnataka

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Can anyone elobarate what this law is, in which way wrong it is ???
    Let me clarify I'm not in support of any Particular political party.

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  • Ramesh, Udupi

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Kuttappa, to know more about new farmers law, check Druv rathees youtube channel.

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  • AD, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Same arrogant argument the govt. is giving. Assuming that the farmers protesting dont know what is good for them and they know better.

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Even the government doesn't know what the law is. They have implemented something in a hurry which they don't understand and are worried retracting it will show as a failure.

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  • R.L., Udupi/USA

    Mon, Jan 25 2021

    Mr Kuttapa stop watching godhi media TV go to YouTube it will clearly mentioned

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Tractor rallies are taking place on republic day throughout the country by farmers. Is BJP govt now says farmers are getting support from across the border??????........If so then BJP govt has utterly failed in keeping our borders safe and secure all around and admit its incompetence.

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  • True Indian, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Wow this is so great to see the unity.. Hope everyone fight for the justice and right thing to happen before this racist government

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  • Roshan Rodrigues, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    ನಮ್ಮ ದೇಶದ ರೈತರ ಹೋರಾಟಕ್ಕೆ ಜಯವಾಗಲಿ

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  • Venur Vinodh, Vidyagiri , Venur vinodvenur65@gmail.com

    Sun, Jan 24 2021

    Poor people can't hire tractor for ploughing. To make the protest innovative, tractor owners are requested to help the poor on their way to 100km.
    Lawyer Vinod Venur

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