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Saturday, 20 February 2021

Send tractors: BKU to district presidents

Tribune News Service
Ghazipur, February 19

With the crowds starting to thin out at the Ghazipur border, the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) has asked all its district presidents to ensure that the numbers swell.

In a decision taken on Friday, the BKU has asked its leaders to send to the protest site at least 20 tractors for a minimum of 10 days.

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Further, it has asked village heads to form committees to tend to the farms of the protesters taking part in the stir.

National general secretary of the BKU Yudhvir Singh said the move was needed as cane harvesting was under way. "We have told villagers to look after the affairs of the farmers who been protesting at the Delhi borders. We have to ensure farmers don't incur losses," he added.

from The Tribune

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