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Monday, 11 January 2021

Charuni for BKU’s village-level committees

Tribune News Service

Kurukshetra, January 10

Ahead of the tractor parade on January 26 in New Delhi, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Charuni) chief Gurnam Singh Charuni has asked the cadre to strengthen the organisation's base in Haryana and constitute village-level committees across the state by January 22.

"A meeting of the BKU was held on Saturday. It has been decided that we would constitute committees, where the union's base is weak. Besides, block and district office-bearers have been directed to form committees by January 22. The farmers can constitute 11 or 21 member depending upon the population of their villages," Charuni said here on Sunday.

BKU (Charuni) spokesman Rajiv Sharma said, "There are still many blocks and villages, where the union doesn't have committees. It is important to form committees because these help the union in circulating messages and maintaining discipline during the agitation."

Charuni gave the call to farmers to prepare for the Republic Day tractor parade. He asked them to chalk out a strategy and finalise names of people, who would reach Delhi with their tractors.

Meanwhile, the BKU paid tributes to farmers, who lost their lives during the agitation, during an event organised in Barara.

from The Tribune

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