Kisan Alliance Mumbai Protesters Blast Centre’s Anti-farmer Laws

Posted on 17 January 2021 by Zonal Admin


Mumbai Protesters Blast Centre’s Anti-farmer Laws

JIH Mumbai Joined with hundreds of its Members with More than 5,000 protesters gathered near the Islam Gymkhana in Mumbai on Saturday afternoon and marched to Azad Maidan, protesting against draconian farm laws imposed by the central government in Delhi.

Several speakers addressed the gathering at Azad Maidan, while a delegation of leaders of Mumbai With Farmers and Kisan Morcha Mumbai, went to the Raj Bhavan to submit a letter to the governor. Naeem Shaikh, one of the leaders, informed on Saturday that the governor was not there, but his office received the letter.


“It was a peaceful protest against the draconian laws imposed by the central government,” Ubaid-ur-Rahman, another leader of the Kisan Alliance told this correspondent. “Mumbaikar’s raised their voice against the three anti-farmer laws.”

At Azad Maidan, many of the speaker criticized the Narendra Modi government for its anti-farmer policies, which had resulted in injustice. Farmers have gathered on the outskirts of Delhi for the past few weeks and there has been tremendous response from various groups. The farmers are brazing out the biting cold that has enveloped north India over the past few days.


The speakers focused on the two major themes at the meeting: No farmers, no food; and Oppose farm laws, support farmers. Later in the evening, the crowd left Azad Maidan in an orderly way. There was strong police security along the route. But there were no untoward incidents reported.

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