AMBALA: A farmer destroyed his wheat crop spread over half an acre land in the district’s Manakpur village on Tuesday in protest against the central authorities’s three farm laws.
The farmer was mowing down his crop with the assistance of his tractor.
After the matter got here to the discover of Bhartiya Kisan Union (Charuni) district vice-president Gulab Singh, he cam to the sector and managed to persuade the farmer to cease destroying the crop and take into consideration donating it to somebody needy.
Gurpreet Singh, the farmer who crushed the wheat crop, stated “BKU chief Rakesh Tikait had requested the farmers to crush the crops. We have been protesting against the black laws however the authorities has not accepted our calls for. We elevate crops like youngsters. I’ll now take the remaining crop and donate it to somebody relatively than promoting it in the market.”
BKU chief Gulab Singh stated, “Farmer Gurpreet belongs to my village, who had sown wheat in almost seven-acre land. I got here to know that he has deliberate to mow down his crop to mark his protest so I went there and requested him to not do such an act. We request all of the farmers to not destroy their crops. If they don’t need to take their crop to grain markets then they will donate their crop to needy folks. I enchantment farmers to not begin a mistaken development by destroying personal crops.”
“We will battle by the motion and power the federal government to just accept our calls for,” added Gulab.