Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal visited the Singhu border to address thousands of farmers protesting against the farm laws.
Arvind Kejriwal Visits Protest Site
Thousands of farmers from different parts of the country are protesting in Delhi. The protests sites like the Singhu border and the Tikri borders are seeing an increase in the number of farmers arriving from different states of the country. All of have had a single motto and that is to make the government withdraw the farm laws.
The Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has extended his complete support to the farmers. And thus he made it a point to visit the protest site at Singhu border to address the farmers.
Accompanied by several other ministers and MLAs of the Aam Aadmi Party Kejriwal visited the protesting farmers. They also checked on whether the farmers are getting all the basic requirements arranged by the Delhi government.
Arvind Kejriwal Supports Bharat Bandh
The farmers have called for a Bharat Bandh on December 8, 2020, as a mark of protest against the farm bill. This decision came after back to back meeting with the government authorities failed to show any fruitful result.
The nationwide strike was announced on December 4. While addressing the farmers Kejriwal said that he stands in solidarity with them. Apart from that he also added that he completely stands by the Bharat Bandh on December 8. And urged everyone to support the nationwide strike to stand in solidarity with the farmers.
The Chief Minister said that the Aam Aadmi Party has always been standing in solidarity with the farmers not as a political party but as ardent supporters or volunteers. Kejriwal added that he has been doing his best to ensure that the protests go on peacefully and the farmers’ demands are accepted by the government.
He said that the plight of the farmers equals to the plight of the nation.
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