Amidst the ongoing farmer protests, leaders jagjit singh Dallewal and Sarwan Singh Pandher declared on Sunday, march 3, 2024, that the "Delhi Chalo" march has not been postponed, emphasizing that the protest will persist until their demands are met.

Dallewal clarified, "The program of going to delhi has not been postponed. We have not backed down from this. We have decided on a strategy to bring the central government to its knees. We will increase the numbers at the borders where we are sitting and attempt to involve farmers from other borders as well."


He further announced a planned influx of people from across the country to delhi on march 6 through rail, bus, and air. Additionally, a "rail roko" movement is scheduled for march 10 from 12 to 4 pm, with a plea for widespread participation.


Sarwan Singh Pandher, the General Secretary of punjab Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti, echoed Dallewal's sentiments, emphasizing that farmers at the Khanauri and Shambhu borders will intensify their movement. Pandher criticized the bharatiya janata party (BJP) for granting a ticket to ajay Mishra Teni, characterizing it as an insult to farmers.


In a significant development, farmers are planning a 'Kisan Mahapanchayat' on march 14, with over 400 farmer unions expected to participate. The United Kisan Morcha has proposed unity between various farmer organizations for this event.


The farmers' demands include a legal guarantee for the Minimum Support Price (MSP) of crops, the implementation of swaminathan Commission recommendations, pension provisions for farmers and agricultural laborers, and the waiver of agricultural loans.

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