Farmers’ stir depicted on canvas

Farmers’ stir depicted on canvas

Couple Parveen and Harpreet give final touch to a painting. Photo: Ashwani Dhiman

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 11

A city-based couple have depicted the struggle of farmers against the farm laws through colours. Parveen and Harpreet have expressed the struggle story on canvas measuring 28x6 feet. On Sunday, they took the painting to Singhu Border to be displayed there.

The couple said they through this painting they are not only supporting farmers but also motivate the fellow citizens and the farmers as well. The painting is made with acrylics on canvas represents the entire struggle, their reactions and the events happening from the beginning of the protest.

“The painting covers all the details of the ongoing scenario and is concluded with a strong hope of victory. It took us 15 days to complete the painting,” said the duo.

The couple is working as professors in different city-based colleges.

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