On february 13, farmers will march to delhi under the banners of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha and the Kisan Mazdoor Morcha, supported by more than 200 farm unions. Their goal is to pressure the Centre into granting their demands, which include passing legislation ensuring a minimum support price (MSP) for crops.

The farmers, who are mostly from punjab and haryana, are anticipated to depart for delhi on monday in advance of the demonstration. In the nation's capital, as well as at the borders between haryana and punjab and delhi and haryana, extensive security measures and prohibitions have been implemented. In accordance with Section 144 of the CrPC, the haryana government has also issued prohibitory orders that forbid gatherings of five or more individuals. 

Sarvan Singh Pandher, the general secretary of the punjab Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee, stated that the demands of farmers had not been met for seventy-five years and he asked the central government to take action.
 "We'll travel to Beas and remain in Fatehgarh Sahib. We continue to want the same things: the MSP guarantee law and the union of sugar cane and C200.A farmer ought to receive Rs 10,000 per month after turning 60.The indian farmer is unlucky to be labelled as anti-national. Since we are this nation's citizens, we are not anti-national.Our requests were ignored for seventy-five years.Our goal is for the administration to pay attention to our requests, and we will proceed peacefully," he declared.

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