About 100 farmers missing after January 26, claims Kisan Ekta Morcha

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Through the Twitter handle where it was reported that about 100 farmers are missing. There was also the question of whether something was done on purpose.

About 100 farmers missing after January 26, claims Kisan Ekta Morcha
Farmers protest in Delhi

New Delhi: About 100 farmers have gone missing after a tractor parade on January 26 on the occasion of Republic Day. Which no one has been able to find out yet. This information was shared by Kisan Ekta Morcha via Twitter.

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Through the Twitter handle where it was reported that about 100 farmers are missing. There was also the question of whether something was done on purpose.

Activist Sarbjit Singh Verka said, “Hoisting Nishan Sahib at Red Fort cannot be an offense and a fuss were deliberately created. The Tricolor was not touched. Protesters have illegally detained on the spot and since then their whereabouts are unknown.”

Giani Harpreet Singh, Akal Takht officiating Jathedar said that Nishan Sahib is the symbol of Sikh identity, and hoisting the flag does not constitute an offense.

Earlier, it was reported that about 12 youths from village Tatariewala in the Moga district were missing. It was also said that the youths have been detained by the Delhi Police.

FAQs Related to Farmers Protest

  1. Why farmers protesting in Delhi?

    Indian Govt. passed three Farming Laws that were not good for the present and future agriculture system. These bills were only profitable for multinational companies that sell food products at higher retail prices.

  2. Who is Rakesh Tikait?

    Rakesh Tikait is the national leader of the Farmers' Union, Bharatiya Kisan Union, the second son of Mahendra Singh Tikait, formerly the president of the organization. His organization is active in Uttar Pradesh and North India.
    In 2020, protests against the agricultural law were discussed by protesting at the Ghazipur border. Rakesh Tikait is the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union. Naresh Tikait, elder brother of Rakesh Tikait is the President of the Indian Farmers Union. 'Rakesh' is the son of 'late Mahendra' Singh Tikait, who was the president of Bharatiya Kisan Union.

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