DELHI CHALO PROTEST

Langar preparations under way to serve thousands of protesting farmers

Other special committees are serving food to thousands of union members

Langar preparations under way to serve thousands of protesting farmers

Langar preparations under way to serve thousands of protesting farmers. Tribune Photo

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, November 27

A large group of farmers from Punjab and Haryana on Friday continued their ‘Delhi Chalo’ march against the Centre’s farm laws from a road toll plaza at Panipat, about 100 km from the national capital.

Amid the protest by the farmers, langar preparations by special committees are under way to feed scores of farmers.

Langar preparations under way to serve thousands of protesting farmers. Tribune Photo

Other special committees are serving food to thousands of union members.

Farmers’ unions have got thousands of litres of milk in the morning from Punjab and Haryana villages.

Langar preparations under way to serve thousands of protesting farmers. Tribune Photo

“We have enough ration while more stock is lying in villages. Thousands of more members are reaching here within an hour,” said Harjeet Bhutal, a youngster.

Another leader, Rajpal Mangwal, said they had made all arrangements to break all barricades of Haryana police.

Farmers from Muktsar are also preparing food at outer bypass in Bahadurgarh town.

Farmers from Muktsar prepare food at outer bypass in Bahadurgarh town. Tribune Photo

Over 50 tractor trollies from Punjab are parked along Bahadurgarh bypass. They are waiting for other farmers to march to Delhi.

Farmers from Ropar district prepare langer on NH-44 in Sonepat. Tribune Photo

Farmers from Ropar district in Haryana have also made preparations for langer on NH-44 in Rai of Sonepat district.

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