AMRITSAR: Dal Khalsa has appealed to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to shun ego and concede to the rightful demand of farmers and withdraw three contentious farm laws.
This appeal has come on the eve of meeting between Govt of India and representatives of 40 farmers organizations in Delhi on 9th.
Party spokesman Kanwar Pal SIngh along with young activists participated in the bandh call and camped at Bhandari bridge.
Taking with the media, Kanwar Pal Singh accused Modi government for taking rigid and autocratic stand, which is anti-people. He said the farmers’ agitation has been transferred into people’s movement with cross section of society standing with the cause of farmers. He said the farmers’ agitation has raised the ray of hope in people that democracy may prevail and lacs of farmers from Punjab and Haryana sitting on the periphery of Delhi seeking repealing of three laws will return to their native places with success.
Meanwhile, activists of Sikh Youth of Punjab led by Paramjit Singh Mand and students of GNDU participated in the protest rally. They were carrying placards on which it was written: Mr Modi Shun Ego and Withdraw three Farm Laws.
Commenting on the success of Bandh, youth leader Paramjit said its peoples mandate against Modi Government’s stubborn attitude.