Farm Bills 2020 Protest: There has been fierce opposition among the farmers of Punjab and Haryana regarding the recently passed Farm Bill 2020. Bharat Bandh has been announced today in Punjab and Haryana to protest against this bill. Due to the bandh in Punjab, the routes of many trains have either been changed, or they have been canceled. Actually, with the call of Bharat bandh, the farmers of Punjab have announced to stop the train from 24 September to 26 September. Due to which the route of these trains has been changed. Not only this, many trains have been canceled. Also Read – Protest Against Farm Bills 2020: Farmers ‘rail stop’ movement to start today in protest against farmers bill, trains canceled
On September 25, more than 30 farmers’ organizations in Punjab have announced a united statewide protest in protest against agricultural bills. Organizations have called for a complete ‘Punjab Bandh’ in protest against the Agriculture Bill. In such a situation, the Punjab Home Department has also issued instructions to all the districts and has given instructions to maintain all vigilance during the bandh. The Deputy Commissioner can impose Section 144 if the situation worsens. Also Read – Railways: There will be no problem in traveling to Bihar and Bengal during the festive season, 80 special trains will run
Trains will be stopped at Sunam, Barnala, Nabha, Sangrur, Ferozepur, Amritsar from today 12 am during the bandh. Many trains in the state have been canceled due to Punjab bandh. In such a situation, the list of trains that have been canceled by the Railways has been released. Also Read – PM Modi On Farm Bills: PM Modi told the need of the time for the Agricultural Bill passed by Parliament – gave this confidence to farmers about MSP …
Name and Number of canceled trains
Let us tell you that there is a widespread protest against the Kisan Bill Bill. Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of BKU and farmer leader of Uttar Pradesh, said that there will be a blockade on September 25 in the entire country in protest against the agricultural bills, in which almost the entire country including Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Karnataka The peasant organizations will unite above their ideologies.