– Farmers' movement will also continue with the elections – Farmer leader Pandher

Chandigarh farmer leader Sarwan Singh Pandher said that the imposition of code of conduct does not make any difference to us and our movement will continue. He and the farmers will raise their issues during the election campaign. He said that on one hand there will be an election campaign and on the other hand the farmers will start a campaign regarding their issues and in this manner the movement will continue on the border. Pandher said that convoys of farmers have entered Haryana carrying the urns of the ashes of farmer leader Shubhakaran. . Will hold big rallies in Hisar on 22nd March and Ambala district on 31st March. He told that apart from all the farmer leaders of Punjab, farmers from Haryana and other states of the country will also participate. According to the media reports, Pandher said that the farmers of Punjab will remain sitting on the border. Only farmer leaders will participate in the rallies. Whatever government is formed after the elections, he will get his demands met. Whatever happens, the movement will continue until the demands are met, no matter how long we have to sit. Let us tell you that the farmers' movement started on 13 February. At present, farmers are standing at Shambhu border in Ambala, Haryana and Khanauri border in Jind. This movement has been going on for more than a month now. Several rounds of talks have also taken place between farmers and the central government. But no solution to the issue has been found yet. But now the elections have been announced. Virendra Vishwakarma/EMS/18 March 2024