New Delhi: Protesting farmer unions Tuesday deferred their proposed tractor march from 6 January to 7 January on account of a injurious weather forecast, at the same time as they asserted they are able to intensify their traipse within the approaching days.
Addressing a press conference at Singhu Border, union leaders acknowledged hundreds of farmers will employ out the tractor march from all thunder sites to the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) on 7 January.
Swaraj Abhiyan chief Yogendra Yadav acknowledged the choice to defer the march used to be taken over the forecast of injurious weather situation on Wednesday.
The metropolis has been receiving rains sporadically over the past three days.
The unions acknowledged the agitation against the three agriculture authorized guidelines will be intensified within the approaching days.
Talking about their other proposed tractor march to Delhi on 26 January, farmer chief Joginder Nain acknowledged, “We can ship 10 tractor trollies from every village in Haryana. We inquire of folk to come support — no longer decrease than one from a house. and a total of 11 females from a village.”