Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Members of AISSF burn copies of farm laws in Lohri bonfire

Jamshedpur: Members of All India Sikh Students Federation burnt copies of Farm Laws in a Lohri bonfire in Sakchi Wednesday evening.

The members of Federation also shouted slogans against the farm laws.

The National General Secretary of Federation, Satnam Singh Gambhi called the agitation of farmers a ‘fight for survival’. His exact words were ‘ye fasal ki nahin, nasl ki ladai hai.”

He said that the central government was moving towards ‘suicide’ by not scrapping the farm laws.

Sardar Shailendra Singha nd Harwinder Singh Mantu in their remarks said that the Supreme Court has shown a mirror to the central government.

JMM leader Mahavir Murmu said that the union government should scrap the farm laws without any further delay.

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A large number of people were also present on the occasion. They included Inder Singh, Baljit Singh Sansoa, Sarabjit Singh, Harpreet, Rikhraj, Gurdeep Singh Kaka, Manmeet Luthra, Ajeb Singh, Kale Singh, Karpal Singh, Inderpal Singh and others.


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