On Tuesday, farmers’ protest against Modi government’s agricultural act in India entered on the 13th day. Farmers continue to rally at Ghazipur entry point on the Delhi-UP border, many individuals and organizations have come forward to support the farmers’ rally.
Among them, there is a group of four Sikh boys who were seen giving water and snacks to the police and protesters at the scene, and the photographs of them won the hearts of the countrymen to come forward. It is worth mentioning that Prajot Singh, Jaideep Singh, Harjinder Singh, and Navneet Singh, residents of Delhi’s Jhilmil Colony, came to the protest site to serve as ‘service’ or volunteers with the volunteers of the Guru Singh Meeting.
“We’re here this morning and we’ll be leaving at the end of the day,” said the four boys. We’re here to serve the gathering. We do community service at the core of our area,” said the students from Class 4, 6, and 8.
In the wake of the strike, opposition parties have expressed solidarity with the farmers’ call, while the government has also issued guidelines for various states and central regions to ensure security and maintain peace and harmony.
Thousands of farmers have been protesting against the new farm law at various border points in Delhi, which they fear will break the minimum aid price system and stop agricultural production. The leaders of the farmers’ party have held several rounds of talks with the government but they are all still incomplete. After the fifth round of talks, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomor called another meeting on December 9.