‘Hun Sirf Dilli Dikhdi Hai’: Aged 20 to 60, Ludhiana farmers march on foot with Delhi in sight

With persuasive dissent melodies commending the Punjabi soul and a pennant proclaiming – Paidal Rosh Walk, a work vehicle streetcar gradually labels after a gathering of 12 ranchers on approach to Delhi by walking to fight Center’s homestead laws. It’s a seven-day venture that started three days prior from Ludhiana’s Khandoor town and will cover 310 kms to come full circle at the capital’s entryways on January 13.

As the gathering strolls in the severe chilly, the speakers mounted on the work vehicle keep the spirits up with irregular serenades of ‘Waheguru’.

The excursion breaks just around evening time, when the streetcar is stopped at a protected spot and transformed into a stopgap cover for the twelve that incorporate a 60-year-old, Chamkaur Singh, as the most established member, and Prabhjot Singh (20) as the most youthful. The gathering is driven by their town sarpanch’s child, Jasvir Singh Deol (54).During the day, the streetcar follows them on the parkway conveying all the fundamental necessities, for example, staple, battery for charging cell phones and quilts.While strolling towards Delhi during their ‘Paidal Rosh Walk’, the gathering connects with individuals attempting to sharpen them about ranchers’ issues and why they are dissenting.

Addressing The Indian Express, Jasvir Singh Deol false name Pappu, part panchayat whose mother Surinder Kaur is town sarpanch, said that they had begun from their town, Khandoor, on Thursday.The bunch till Saturday late had arrived at Jind by means of Dehlon, Malerkotla, Sangrur, Patran in Punjab and afterward Khanauri in Haryana. “We will be dozing inside streetcar at a fuel station in Jind around evening time,” said Deol.

He added: “We rest inside the streetcar and are conveying fundamental stuff, for example, an oven, tea leaves and sugar. We eat food or get it stuffed from any place the langar is accessible in transit. Since we began from Ludhiana, individuals in transit have been benevolent to the point that they continue to serve us food/tea.”

Deol said that the principle thought process behind beginning the foot walk towards Delhi was to spread the message of ranchers among individuals who actually don’t have the foggiest idea why ranchers are on fomentation way against the Narendra Modi government.”Wherever we stop in transit, individuals associate with us and we converse with them. We examine our issues and our explanation behind dissent. Most ranchers are perched on dissent yet it is imperative to move and spread our message among those too who don’t know about our issues. It isn’t so much that we don’t have transport offices, for example, vehicles, farm trucks and so forth to arrive at Delhi however we decided to walk since it passes on our message all the more firmly and we can likewise connect with others in transit,” he said.

Deol, notwithstanding, said that they attempt to cover in any event 50 kms per day in order to arrive at Delhi borders by January 13.

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