Announcement of the Struggle Committee, farmers will not remain silent

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Samvad News Agency
Shamli. The farmers’ dharna in Butrada continued for the 32nd day, demanding increased land compensation for the Delhi-Dehradun Economic Corridor and other demands. In the meeting held at the protest site, the Kisan Sangharsh Samiti announced that the strike would continue until all demands were met. At the same time it was decided to further strengthen the movement.
Farmers in Butara have been sitting on a dharna since July 28, demanding an increase in land compensation for the Delhi-Dehradun Economic Corridor. For the construction of the highway, the administration has taken possession of the land in 21 of 22 towns. Due to the consolidation process in the village of Lank, the acquisition has not been made. At the same time, the farmers do not allow the company to start construction of the highway. They have returned company employees several times.
At the same time, the DM and the ADM held a meeting with the heads of the villages that pass under the highway on Friday. He appealed to them not to create obstacles in the construction works. Along with this, the ADM had accused Kisan Sangharsh Samiti officials of cheating the rest of the farmers by collecting compensation. On Saturday, the DM and ADM had appealed to Kisan Sangharsh Samiti officials to end the agitation. On which the officials had asked for two days’ time. In the Kisan Sangharsh Samiti meeting held at the venue on Sunday, it was decided that if the administration calls for the second round of talks, it will be discussed. It was also decided that until all the demands of the farmers are met, the dharna will continue.
He said the farmers would unite and fight for their rights. Inderpal Sharma chaired the meeting and Videsh Malik, Secretary, Disputes Steering Committee. Aam Aadmi Party Vice President, Sanjeev Sheoran, Bhopal Singh, Satveer Mooch, Dr Devendra Thakur, Chandrapal, Satvir Singh, Jogendra Singh, Shubham Malik, Devi Singh, Dr Tejpal Singh, Suresh etc were present in the meeting.
There may be conflicts between farmers and the administration
The Delhi-Dehradun Economic Corridor is included in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream project. Last year, he had laid the foundation stone of this road in Dehradun. The aim is to complete the construction of this road before the elections in 2024. However, despite the efforts of the administration, the work has not yet started in the district. In this situation, if rigor is taken to start construction, there may be a conflict.
We’ll also see it beheading farmers…
Addressing the dharna, farmer Haji Tufail, reciting a lion, enthused the farmers. He narrated that we will also see it trying its luck in Teri Mehfil, either the government will accept the compensation or we will also see it beheading the farmers.

Samvad News Agency

Shamli. The farmers’ dharna in Butrada continued for the 32nd day, demanding increased land compensation for the Delhi-Dehradun Economic Corridor and other demands. In the meeting held at the protest site, the Kisan Sangharsh Samiti announced that the strike would continue until all demands were met. At the same time it was decided to further strengthen the movement.

Farmers in Butara have been sitting on a dharna since July 28, demanding an increase in land compensation for the Delhi-Dehradun Economic Corridor. For the construction of the highway, the administration has taken possession of the land in 21 of 22 towns. Due to the consolidation process in the village of Lank, the acquisition has not been made. At the same time, the farmers do not allow the company to start construction of the highway. They have returned company employees several times.

At the same time, the DM and the ADM held a meeting with the heads of the villages that pass under the highway on Friday. He appealed to them not to create obstacles in the construction works. Along with this, the ADM had accused Kisan Sangharsh Samiti officials of cheating the rest of the farmers by collecting compensation. On Saturday, the DM and ADM had appealed to Kisan Sangharsh Samiti officials to end the agitation. On which the officials had asked for two days’ time. In the Kisan Sangharsh Samiti meeting held at the venue on Sunday, it was decided that if the administration calls for the second round of talks, it will be discussed. It was also decided that until all the demands of the farmers are met, the dharna will continue.

He said the farmers would unite and fight for their rights. Inderpal Sharma chaired the meeting and Videsh Malik, Secretary, Disputes Steering Committee. Aam Aadmi Party Vice President, Sanjeev Sheoran, Bhopal Singh, Satveer Mooch, Dr Devendra Thakur, Chandrapal, Satvir Singh, Jogendra Singh, Shubham Malik, Devi Singh, Dr Tejpal Singh, Suresh etc were present in the meeting.

There may be conflicts between farmers and the administration

The Delhi-Dehradun Economic Corridor is included in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream project. Last year, he had laid the foundation stone of this road in Dehradun. The aim is to complete the construction of this road before the elections in 2024. However, despite the efforts of the administration, the work has not yet started in the district. In this situation, if rigor is taken to start construction, there may be a conflict.

We’ll also see it beheading farmers…

Addressing the dharna, farmer Haji Tufail, reciting a lion, enthused the farmers. He narrated that we will also see it trying its luck in Teri Mehfil, either the government will accept the compensation or we will also see it beheading the farmers.

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