After 200 days of protest, farmers say they will fight for 10 more years

After 200 days of protest, farmers say they will fight for 10 more years

“For the last three months, we have maintained a count of 15,000 people on every border. The protesters sit here on rotation. There is a weekly shift of 10 farmers from every village of Haryana and Punjab,” Dr Darshan Pal, president of Krantikari Kisan Union, told The Federal. Dhaula Sheoran, a farmer from Gamra village […]

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Summer effect at Singhu: farmers start collecting milk from villages

Summer effect at Singhu: farmers start collecting milk from villages

With the summer at its peak, the supply of milk for consumption of protesting farmers has gone down. they need now resorted to collecting the foodstuff from other villages. Komaldeep Singh Cheema, a resident of Doaba, has been a neighborhood of the protest since the start . He said due to summers, the cattle are […]

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With AC, fridge, Singhu farmers dig in heels for Delhi summer

With AC, fridge, Singhu farmers dig in heels for Delhi summer

Indicating that they need no intention of vacating the protest site anytime soon, farmers at Singhu border have erected shelters — sheds with metal frames and bamboo huts — fitted with air-coolers or air-conditioners (ACs) to tackle Delhi’s searing summer. Even tractor trolleys, which became a well-known fixture at the border area, are fitted with air-coolers or ACs. There also are RO water filters […]

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Eyes within the sky show hectic activity at Singhu as farmers renew protest call amid Covid crisis

Eyes within the sky show hectic activity at Singhu as farmers renew protest call amid Covid crisis

Even as India grapples with the insurmountable second wave of Covid-19 and concerns grow over the farmers’ protest at the borders of Delhi becoming a possible super spreader, satellite imagery shows how the protest site at Singhu has only grown larger with time.There has been over 200 days that farmers are blocking the Singhu border […]

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In bloom, a kitchen garden at Singhu

In bloom, a kitchen garden at Singhu

With protesting farmers continuing to put in semi-permanent structures at the Singhu border, mostly for accommodation purposes, several protesters have started sowing a varied range of vegetables, some along the sides of the structures. A park, which was recently made by the protesters, is additionally set to show into a vegetable garden for the farmers. […]

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Salon, Gym, and Now Brick Homes: From Delhi Border, Singhu Turns into Punjab 'Pind' Amid Farmers' Protest

Salon, Gym, and Now Brick Homes: From Delhi Border, Singhu Turns into Punjab ‘Pind’ Amid Farmers’ Protest

Protesting at the Singhu border for 106 days, the farmers have turned a area into a ‘mini village’ or Punjab pind. After salons and gymnasiums , houses have now come up at the demonstration site. Till now, most of them had been living on trolleys attached to their tractors that were became makeshift rooms by […]

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Six months on, farmers protest still going strong

Six months on, farmers protest still going strong

Farmers are protesting against the three farm laws for over six months now. The protests remain strong and united, but since the January 26 R-Day violence, a resentment between a neighborhood of leftists and Sikhs was noticed, which if not controlled, could create trouble within the end of the day . During the R-Day violence […]

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Proof That Protest Not Limited To Punjab, Haryana: Farmers On "Rail Roko''

Proof That Protest Not Limited To Punjab, Haryana: Farmers On “Rail Roko”

The “rail roko” protest was staged at different places in Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and KarnatakaNew Delhi:  With farmers on Thursday blocking railway tracks across the country, at stations big and small, protesters at Singhu said it proves that the agitation is not just limited to Punjab and Haryana. “The government has constantly been saying that […]

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