Leaders of farmer organizations said on Friday that farmers opposing the new agricultural laws of the middle will celebrate Sadbhavana Day on January 30 on the death anniversary of Gandhi and observe a day-long fast. Farmer leaders while addressing a news conference on Delhi's Singhu border said that fasting are going to be observed from 9 am to five pm. He appealed to the people of the country to hitch the farmers. Farmer leaders also targeted the ruling BJP at the middle and alleged that attempts were being made to "ruin" the "peaceful" movement against agricultural laws. He said, "The ruling BJP's conspiracy to destroy this peasant movement has now come to the fore."
Farmer leaders also claimed that the amount of agitators altogether major protest sites - Ghazipur, Singhu and Tikri - is increasing after the alleged attempt by the police to get rid of farmer leader Rakesh Tikait from Ghazipur approach Thursday night. Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Yudhishthir Singh said that we don't need a lecture from these (BJP) people on honoring the ensign . Most of the youngsters of farmers sitting here are fighting for the country on the borders. ” He said that the government's plan to suppress the farmers' movement has intensified it as more people have joined the movement since last night's incident.
In a statement issued by the United Kisan Morcha, it's been said that the BJP government is now giving communal color to the continued peaceful peasant movement. Darshan Pal, leader of the Revolutionary Farmers Union, said that an outsized number of farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh , Rajasthan and other states are moving towards Delhi to hitch the movement.