Farmers reach Panipat from Punjab on foot: Gurjit Kaur, niece of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, hoisted the tricolor and sent the farmers to the Singhu border

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Farmers reach Panipat from Punjab on foot: Gurjit Kaur, niece of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, hoisted the tricolor and sent the farmers to the Singhu border
Gurjeet Kaur, niece of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, flying the tricolor from Hali Pok in Panipat.

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1. Farmers arrived in Panipat late Friday after walking from Bhagat Singh’s village knocking
2. After four gatherings in Panipat, the walk left for Singhu border

Farmers’ walking tour from Nokat, the Punjab village of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, in protest against the three agricultural laws, reached Panipat late on Friday. After the gathering in Kisan Bhavan, Bhangi Gurjit Kaur left for the next stop by showing a flurry to the farmers from Hali Park did. After four gatherings in Panipat, the farmers’ walk left for the Singh border

Farmer walking has been started from Punjab in protest against agricultural laws. Hundreds of farmers were involved in the journey. The journey reached the Kisan Bhavan on Asand Road in Panipat late Friday. His night stay was done in Kisan Bhavan itself

Ragani was organized in protest against agricultural laws in Kisan Bhavan from Saturday morning onwards. The farmers laid wreaths on the statues of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru, built near Kisan Bhavan, Sir Chhoturam and Hali Park

Gurjit Kaur, Bhanji of Shaheed Bhagat Singh from Hali Park, then flew the tricolor and left the farmers’ walk to the Delhi border. After Punjab, hundreds of farmers from Panipat and surrounding districts also joined in the walking tour. Farmer walking in Panipat Was led by Kuldeep Balana, District Head of the Indian Farmers Union and Bintu Malik, the farmer leader

Government withdraw without delay Law: Gurjeet

Bhanji Gurjit Kaur of Shaheed Bhagat Singh said that all three laws are against farmers. Farmers have been on the streets for several months to demand their return. The government should withdraw these laws without delay

Addressed to farmers from four gatherings in Panipat

After Punjab, four gatherings were held in Panipat. After Kisan Bhavan, people were made aware of the loss of agricultural laws by gathering in Sivah, Samalkha and then in the village Patikalyana. After the four gatherings, the farmers went towards the Singhu border on foot