After the rage of Covid-19 in the second wave, the farmers did not give up on their protest against the controversial farm law passed by the union government. Today a thousand years of farmers accumulated together at karnal and panipat toll plazas of Haryana before the troops left for Delhi to mark the six-month protest on 26 may. The farmers did not maintain the lock-down restriction and were not seen with their mass and social distances. The gathering was presided by Haryana bhartiya kisan union president gurman Singh charani who led the convoy." This new movement of farmers will not only give strength to the agitation but will also give a message to those claiming that the agitation is likely to end due to a decline in the number of farmers at Delhi borders," said an anonymous farmer leader. Reports about farmers from Punjab living on 20 may to reach Delhi on 26 had come lately giving a same description.
Source- Hindustan Times