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Farmers will observe “Total Revolution Day” on 5th June

The Fact News Service
New Delhi, May 29
In the general meeting of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha held yesterday, it was decided that on June 5, “Sampoorna Kranti Divas” will be marked all over the country. On this day, on June 5, 1974, Jayaprakash Narayan had declared “Sampoorn Kranti” and launched a mass movement against the central government. Last year, on 5th June, the government had presented these anti farmers farm laws as ordinances. Samyukta Kisan Morcha appeals to citizens to extend their support and actively participate in the farmers movement. SKM appeals to citizens to burn the copies of three agricultural laws in front of offices of BJP MPs, MLAs and Representatives. From time to time, the call of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha has been strongly supported by the citizens. On the Sampurn Kranti Diwas, all the farmers, labourers and citizens are requested to take up this call against the Modi government and make it a mass movement and force the government to repeal the farm laws. Today is the death anniversary of former Prime Minister farmer leader Chaudhary Charan Singh. Samyukta Kisan Morcha pays tribute to him and salutes his contribution to the development of agriculture, farmer and village. Chaudhary Charan Singh wanted to make the country Atmanirbhar in which the farmers – labourers and the people of the village could live happily. The distrust of farmers in this government reminds the farmers of Chaudhary Charan Singh, who faithfully put every problem and pain of the farmers before the society and the government and ultimately resolved it. Today, the Modi government is proving to be a corporates’ party where it does not listen to the farmers and labourers. Remembering Chaudhary Charan Singh, Today, farmer leaders paid tribute at Kisan Ghat in Delhi. Today a large batch of farmers from the Doaba region of Punjab reached the Singhu border. The farmers of the Doaba region have been playing an important role in this movement. Today, in a new batch, the farmers reached the Singhu border. Similarly, farmers will continue to come every day and the protest sites and movement will be becoming stronger by the day.

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