Protesting Farmers To Go Back Home With Victory
- Farmers at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders take out a victory march.
- Large group of farmers shall vacate the area at 8 AM on Sunday.
- Special arrangements have been made along the highways to greet the farmers.
New Delhi: Farmer’s camping at the Singhu, Tikri, and Ghazipur borders of Delhi are scheduled to take out a victory march on December 11th, to mark an end to the protest against the three contentious farms laws that lasted over a year. Farmers were seen dismantling their makeshift accommodations at the borders where they lived while protesting against the laws.
Farmer leaders of Punjab at the Singhu border are supposed to gather near Kundli-Manesar–Palwal Expressway (KMP) in the morning and after a few ceremonies, they all will be marching towards Punjab. At the Tikri border, farmer leaders assembled at Kisan Chowk, Bahadurgarh at 9 AM. Farmers camping at Ghazipur border assembled near the main stage at around 10 AM. Speaking to the media, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that a large group of farmers shall vacate the area at 8 AM on Sunday.
“In today’s meeting, we’ll talk, pray, and meet the people who helped us. People have started vacating already; it’ll take 4-5 days. I will leave on December 15th, Tikait said. Haryana Police have advised motorists to modify their journey on national highways on Saturday to avoid inconvenience owing to the return of farmers.