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Farmers Protest: Delhi CM Kejriwal arrives at Singhu Border

Pritam Kashyap
Pritam Kashyap
Farmer Protest
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia

Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia are organizing the Kirtan Durbar 'Safar e Shahadat' dedicated to the martyrdom of Mata Gujri and four Sahibzadas by the Delhi Government on Sunday evening at Guru Tegh Bahadur Memorial in Singhu Border.

CM Kejriwal told the farmers present here that I have heard many videos of farmers. We explain the Constitution very well. They know the whole law.

The ministers of the Center will not know as much as they know. After this, he targeted the Central Government on the Agriculture Bill and said that I challenge that the biggest ministers of the Central Government should come and the farmer leaders should come. Let there be an open debate between the two. Then see who is misleading the farmers.

Our brothers, mothers have been forced to sleep on the road for the last 32 days in such a cold night. More than 40 farmers have been martyred. I request the Central Government to withdraw all three black laws. And how many farmers will be killed? CM said that when the Anna movement was going on, an attempt was made to discredit us, in the same way today farmers are being called as traitors and nationalists at the time of Kisan agitation.

At the same time, Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, who reached the Singhu Border, said that our CM is working 24 hours to reduce the problems faced by farmers. Despite all the pressures, the stadiums were not converted into prisons. It would have been a black spot in history if we had done so.

Let us talk that the farmers have been sitting on several borders in Delhi for the last 32 days, protesting against the three laws of the Center and demanding that it be returned. There has been a lot of talk from the Center about this, but so far the result has been cipher only.

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