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Sunday, 21 February 2021

Long haul: Mist fans, freezers arrive at farmers’ protest site

Ravinder Saini

Tribune News Service

Jhajjar, February 20

Having braved severe cold for over two months, farmers from Punjab camping at Tikri border since November 27 are now gearing up for the summer season. They have made arrangement for mist fans and deep freezers. A submersible pump is also being installed to meet water requirements. They say they are ready to face every situation to get the three farm laws repealed.

Kewal Singh, a farmer from Moga district, said: "We have also placed orders for two air conditioners. We are ready for a long haul. Earlier, we braved bone-chilling cold and now we are ready to face severe heat with same enthusiasm."

Labhpreet Singh, another farmer, said: "We have also begun replacing our sheds. For potable water, an RO system is being installed." Jasvinder of Ludhiana said farmers of various villages had pooled money to buy two deep freezers and five mist fans. "The freezers are required to keep eatables fresh during summer," he said.


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from The Tribune

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