Farmers March for MSP Law, Chilla Border Bound

Farmers March for MSP Law, Chilla Border Bound
Farmers March for MSP Law, Chilla Border Bound
Farmers March for MSP Law, Chilla Border Bound
Farmers March for MSP Law, Chilla Border Bound

Farmers March for MSP Law, Chilla Border Bound

Farmers March for MSP Law, Chilla Border Bound….image/HT

Farmers March for MSP Law, Chilla Border Bound

Two farmer groups, Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) Tikait and BKU LokShakti, are set to intensify their protest for a law guaranteeing minimum support price (MSP). The farmers plan to stage a tractor march from Greater Noida to Noida, moving along the Yamuna Expressway towards the Chilla border.

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BKU Tikait president (West UP) Pawan Khatana disclosed the protest details, stating that tractors would be lined up from Greater Noida to Noida, progressing via the Noida Expressway towards the Chilla border. The organized march aims to draw attention to the farmers’ demands while maintaining discipline throughout.

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While the farmers‘ protest is gaining momentum, officials, including DCP (traffic) Anil Kumar Yadav, are yet to receive official information. The lack of information raises concerns about potential traffic disruptions, coinciding with the scheduled Class X English exam and Class XII exams on taxation and artificial intelligence.

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DCP Anil Kumar Yadav emphasized the need for information sharing by the protesting groups to make necessary arrangements. The lack of coordination poses challenges for traffic management, and the authorities remain vigilant to address any disruptions caused by the planned tractor march.

The unfolding scenario adds to the ongoing nationwide farmers’ protests, reflecting the persistent demand for agricultural reforms and MSP assurance. Stay tuned for further updates on this evolving situation.

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