Tractor march to Delhi continues, unions peg 1 lakh from Haryana, 80,000 from Punjab

The development of work vehicles from Punjab and Haryana to Delhi borders that started Friday for the January 26 ‘farm truck march’ proceeded on Sunday with in excess of 10,000 ranch vehicles assuming control over the thruways to the public capital.

Rancher pioneers from Haryana said they are expecting development of more than one lakh farm trucks from the state to Delhi while another 80,000 from Punjab have either arrived at the public capital’s lines or are in transit.

The numbers, in any case, are contested by the insight authorities who gauge development of around 50,000 farm trucks to Delhi from Haryana and Punjab. They affirmed gigantic gridlocks on public expressways, public roadways as a large number of work vehicles from Punjab too entered Haryana on approach to Delhi.On Sunday, a 60-km parade of farm trucks was seen between Delhi’s Tikri line and Haryana’s Rohtak on Delhi-Hisar public interstate. Authorities accept the ranchers are probably going to involve 70 km extended length of this interstate between Tikri boundary to Rohtak in next two days. The ranchers have just spread in the zone of right around 40 km. Additionally, they are probably going to possess just about 50-km stretch on Delhi-Ambala thruway in next two days with the instigators previously sitting on a 20-km stretch towards Panipat from Singhu line.

In an authority correspondence shipped off the Haryana government, Sonipat delegate magistrate Shyam Lal Poonia conceded presence of around 45,000-50,000 ranchers from Punjab and Haryana just at Singhu line. “Very nearly 20,000-22,000 of them are youth while 450-500 are Nihang Sikhs with their conventional weapons who are with their 65-70 ponies. From them, the ranchers on 9,500-10,000 farm vehicles will take an interest in the farm hauler march,” Poonia said in the letter adding that the quantity of vehicles and rancher allies may increment in coming days. The agent official has selected 46 obligation justices to keep up lawfulness capturing the counter social components may attempt to upset the traffic and peace during the mix.

In the interim, association pioneers from Punjab said that the majority of the farm vehicles left for Delhi on Saturday, trailed by additional on Sunday. The work vehicles, wearing association and the public banners moved out of Punjab from Bathinda-Dabwali, Khanauri-Jind, Sardulgarh-Fatehabad, Lalru-Guhla Cheeka and Shambhu-Amabala borders.”Punjab has in excess of 12,000 towns and our association is sending roughly 40,000 farm trucks from almost 1,250 of them. Of these, almost 30,000 remaining on Saturday, and 7,000 on Sunday while another 3,000 will leave on Monday morning,”said Sukhdev Singh Kokrikalan, general secretary BKU (Ekta Ugrahan).

Satnam Singh Pannu, leader of Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Panel (KMSC), stated, “Around 5,000 farm trucks arrived at Singhu on Saturday-Sunday and we are anticipating another 1,000 on Monday. Individuals are going ahead their own”.

All India Kisan Sangrash Coordination Board (AIKSCC) part Jagmohan Singh Patiala said “around 30,000 farm haulers will arrive at Singhu and Tikri borders”. “Many are deferred as all streets are stopped up with farm trucks walking towards Delhi,” said Jagmohan Singh, who is additionally BKU (Dakaunda) general secretary.

Work vehicles are additionally moving in from Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.

Manjinder Singh Kang, who quit the BJP in fortitude with ranchers a year ago, is in Madhya Pradesh where he is assembling ranchers from Gwalior, Ashok Nagar, Morena, and Shivpuri to participate in the work vehicle march. ” In excess of 1,000 farm trucks are on approach to Palwal line from Madhya Pradesh. Almost 500 farm truck streetcars are as of now positioned there for over a month now. On January 26, in excess of 10,000 farm vehicles will participate in a procession in Gwalior. The ranchers from Madhya Pradesh will stretch out help to the Delhi walk from Gwalior,” he said.

Another homestead dissident Harkirat Singh said ranchers from Rajasthan under the standard of Ganganagar Kisan Samiti have arrived at Haryana’s Daruhera on Sunday evening. They hail from Ganganagar, Hanumangarh, Boondi, Barah, Kota and Gharsana regions. “We will be essential for the farm vehicle march on January 26 as a team with Sanyukta Kisan Morcha. Work vehicles have arrived at Shahjahanpur line too from Rajasthan.”

There is overpowering reaction to the call of work vehicle march from Haryana towns with the ranchers comparing the continuous unsettling against three homestead laws with “opportunity battle”.

There was gridlock like circumstance at numerous puts on Ambala-Delhi interstate due to development of work vehicles to Delhi from Haryana and Punjab. A BKU pioneer from Karnal Jagdeep Aulakh asserted a procession of 20,000 farm trucks have moved to Delhi from Karnal on Sunday. “Right around 50 km long parade of farm haulers from Karnal has moved to Delhi by means of Ambala-Delhi thruway. We intend to stop close to Murthal. From that point we will move to Delhi on Tuesday. We expect one lakh work vehicles from Haryana, which has around 7,000 towns. We have reports of development of 10,000 farm trucks from Kaithal locale, 5,000 from Panipat, 7,000 from Ambala and 5,000 each from Kurukshetra and Yamunanagar regions,” Aulakh asserted.