The unity of the farmers of punjab played a very important role in the farmers' movement in delhi in the year 2020-21. Under the pressure of farmers' protests, after the farmers' movement that continued for more than a year, the central government had withdrawn the three controversial agricultural laws. 32 groups of farmers took part in the farmers' movement three years ago. This time the number of farmers' groups has increased in the movement. This time 50 groups of farmers have participated in the movement.

In fact, in the two years after the central government withdrew the three agricultural laws, there was a split in many groups of farmers and some new organizations emerged. As a result, disagreements between different organizations also increased and many groups broke and formed new groups. For this reason, this time the number of farmer organizations active in the farmers' movement has increased to about 50. Whereas in the previous movement, 32 farmer groups stood united against the government to challenge the agricultural law of the government and get it repealed.

KMSC was not involved in the movement three years ago

This time the farmer movement is being led by the non-political, Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), which separated from the original Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) in July 2022. Its coordinator is jagjit singh Dallewal, president of Punjab-based Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) Sidhupur Farm Union. The second organization in the ongoing protests, KMM, was formed by Sarwan Singh Pandher, convenor of the Punjab-based union Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti (KMSC). In 2020-21, instead of participating in the main protests against the agricultural laws, KMSC had set up a separate platform at the delhi border in Kundli.

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