The farmers, labourers and women involved in the agitation were encouraged by the presence of these celebrities. Addressing the gatherings at various places, union’s president, Joginder Singh Ugrahan announced that this massive and peaceful struggle of the farmers would finally force the Modi government to withdraw these black laws.
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New Delhi: Many ex-servicemen, youth, artists, writers and many personalities associated with the film industry joined hands with Bhartiya Kisan Union (Ekta-Ugrahan) in their demand to repeal the agricultural laws along with other demands at Tikri Border in Delhi. The farmers, labourers and women involved in the agitation were encouraged by the presence of these celebrities. Addressing the gatherings at various places, union’s president, Joginder Singh Ugrahan announced that this massive and peaceful struggle of the farmers would finally force the Modi government to withdraw these black laws. He said that the families of the aggrieved farmers and labourers who had committed suicide due to deepening of the agricultural crisis resulting from the policies of globalization adopted by the governments of the country would reach the front on December 16 and will recount the stories of their pain.
Today, eminent playwriter Sahib Singh staged a play “Rangkarmi Da Bacha” and last night, he staged “Samman Wali Dang”. Apart from this, the team of eminent Punjabi singers – Kanwar Grewal and Harf Cheema performed their inspirational songs and Jagtar Zanjeer of Punjabi Sahitya Sabha Barnala spoke about the inseparable relationship between the people and the writers.
Addressing the gathering Capt. Gurjinder Singh Sidhu, president of Sainik Wing Punjab, Kulwinder Singh Rori of Naujwan Bharat Sabha Lalkar said that this struggle has now turned into a struggle of all the people which is a beacon of light for the people of the country and it can’t be buried under their false propaganda. The leader of five member Kisan Sangharsh Committee, Sukhwant Singh, BKU (Ekta-Ugrahan)’s leader Harinder Kaur Bindu and Paramjit Kaur Pitho, peasant leader from Haryana, Baljit Singh and Joginder Singh also addressed the gathering.
Addressing the gathering, the State Secretary of the union Shingara Singh Mann said that despite the misleading propaganda of the Modi government to showcase the peasant struggle being hijacked by the Khalistanis and Naxalites, the arrival of artists, entertainers and writers apart from large convoys of farmers was a manifest response to government’s false propaganda. He said that the team of eminent theatre artist, Harkesh Chaudhary reached the front and staged “Uttan Da Vela” (the time to rise). Punjabi film actors Malkit Rauni and Nirmal Rishi were also present on the occasion.