In Haryana, farmers in districts close to the Delhi border squatted on the tracks, which affected the motion of trains. On the Bahadurgarh railway station close to the Tikri border, farmers distributed meals and water to the passengers and cleaned the station after the protest ended. In Punjab, the Bhartiya Kisan Union (Ekta Ugrahan), the most important farmer union of the state, blocked practice providers at as many as 22 locations.
A number of different organisations additionally participated within the blockade. BKU chief Rakesh Tikait participated in two mahapanchayats in Haryana’s Hisar. He appealed to the federal government to return again to the dialogue desk. “Farmers are going for his or her crop-cutting season. The federal government is flawed in considering that the motion is ending,” he mentioned whereas addressing a panchayat on the Balsamand village in Hisar.
He mentioned farmers would burn their prepared crop in fields if the federal government didn’t roll again the three farm legal guidelines. “The farmers can sacrifice their one 12 months’s crop,” he mentioned. In Western UP, farmers blocked the tracks at locations like Meerut, Moradabad, Amroha and Shamli. At Hapur, there was a small scuffle between protesting farmers and the police. “The studies which we’ve acquired recommend that the rail roko protest went off peacefully in all elements of West UP,” BKU spokesperson Dharmender Malik informed ET. In line with studies, farmers blocked railway tracks at a number of locations in Bihar, Odisha, Karnataka and Maharashtra as nicely.