Farmer pioneer V.M. Singh on Sunday addressed the Ghaziabad organization at the Ghazipur outskirt, allowing a 24-hour final offer to address the complaints of the farmers in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad region and a few different locales across the state as the farmers’ dissent against the three rural laws proceeded on the 25th day.
The farmers have affirmed that their work vehicle streetcars are being seized in different regions of Uttar Pradesh while confronting badgering. Singh has set all the farmer complaints individually before the Ghaziabad organization and has requested that they settle their issues at the earliest opportunity.
Ghaziabad Additional District Magistrate (ADM), Shailendra Kumar Singh, and SP City 2, Gyanendra Kumar Singh, arrived at the fringe to tune in to the issues looked by the farmers. V.M. Singh has given a final proposal of 24 hours to the authorities and said on the off chance that these problems are not settled, at that point the street from the opposite side of National Highway 24 will likewise be impeded.
V.M. Singh told the state authorities, “Those farmers who are conveying caps, identifications and banners in their grasp are not being permitted to join the mix. They are being halted at different fringes of the area. The individuals who are returning to their homes, the state organization is holding onto their farm haulier streetcars while they are additionally being kept.
Ghaziabad ADM stated, “Farmers are confronting a few issues which we have heard today. We will converse with the more elevated level authorities soon and resolve the farmer complaints. Notwithstanding, the farmers don’t have any issues with the Ghaziabad organization.”
“The farmers’ issues have been recorded and we have taken the farmers’ numbers. Tomorrow we will return with an answer for every one of these issues.”