BKU (Ekta Ugraha) Punjab normal secretary S S Kokarikalan stated, “At our meeting on Saturday, we decided to give a call for a farmers’ march towards Delhi from Khanauri border. More than 10,000 farmers will reach Tikri. We will take sufficient ration with us. The gathering at Tikri border is huge, but more farmers have been asked to mobilise and reach the protest site.” He added that a big part of farmers from Sangrur, Bathinda, Mansa, Barnala, Patiala, and Moga districts will participate within the march.
“This time, farmers may not move from the Dabawali border,” he stated in Patiala.
Meanwhile, a day after a mob pelted stones at and clashed with activists of Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee, which has been blamed for the January 26 violence in Delhi, BKU (Ekta Ugrahan) on Saturday despatched tons of of its activists from Tikri border to Singhu to supply help to KMSC.
Police, nevertheless, stopped them practically 5km from Narela and didn’t enable them to proceed. BKU (Ekta Ugrahan) secretary Shingara Singh Mann described this as an try by police to impress farmers once more.
BKU (Ekta Ugrahan) — one of many largest farm teams in Punjab — and Sanyukt Kisan Morcha that’s spearheading the agitation had distanced themselves from KMSC after the latter was blamed for violence throughout the Republic Day tractor parade. Mann stated they determined to assist KMSC activists after they have been attacked by over 150 folks on Friday.
On Friday, bulletins have been constituted of a number of village gurdwaras to succeed in Delhi borders after studies of farmers being attacked reached them. A lot of farmers had already reached Delhi on Friday and Saturday.
Ekta Ugrahan’s help for KMSC protesters on the Delhi border got here because it didn’t get assist from activists within the SKM camp. KMSC’s camp is situated solely about 100 metres from SKM’s however is separated by a small space barricaded by Delhi Police.