It’s been more than three months since the farmer’s protest began at the Singhu border, where farmers, students, elderly people and women have been demonstrating continuously against the three Central farm laws. But who are these farmers? And what drives them to protest?
A Sikh warrior performs a traditional form of martial arts during celebrations for Hola Mohalla at the site of agricultural reform protests at Singhu border near New Delhi, India. More photos of the day: 📷 @adnanabidi
#WATCH | Delhi: Farmers at Singhu border present a person who alleges a plot to shoot four farmer leaders and cause disruption; says there were plans to cause disruption during farmers' tractor march on Jan 26.
A collective of journalists have gathered outside the YMCA, New Delhi, today to protest against the arrest of #MandeepPunia who was taken into custody by the Delhi Police on Saturday while covering the ongoing farmers' agitation at Singhu Border. Stay tuned for more updates.
Secessionist group Sikhs For Justice has announced a reward of $250,000 to the protesting farmers of Punjab to raise Khalistan flag at India Gate on 26th Jan and disrupt the R-Day parade. This is the same group which is also funding Singhu border protest.