Many farmers left Ghazipur border from Uttarakhand.

Many farmers have left for Ghazipur border from Haridwar district of Uttarakhand. These include people from Congress to Youth Congress, Kisan Congress and various farmer organizations. Along with this, Congress workers in Haridwar staged and demonstrated in support of the peasant movement.

He says that now the peasant movement will be further intensified. Till the demand is not met, there will be a sit-in at the Ghazipur border. At the same time, the workers of the Indian Farmers Union from Roorkee have left today to join the Mahapanchayat to be held in Muzaffarnagar.

Case filed in Delhi on Tejinder Virk, president of Terai Farmers Organization
In Rudrapur (Udhamsingh Nagar), Delhi Police has registered a case against Tejinder Virk, president of Terai Farmers Organization. According to district police officials, more than 12 cases have been registered against the nuisances in Delhi. Treason can also be filed against the accused.

Tejinder is the state president of Terai Farmers Organization:
Farmer Tajinder Virk, a resident of Rudrapur, is the State President of the Terai Farmers Organization. He has been continuously raising the voice of Terai farmers in the farmers movement on the Ghazipur border of Delhi. Under his leadership, on January 25, hundreds of farmers from Rudrapur and adjoining areas had gone to participate in a rally organized in Delhi carrying tractors.

During the tractor rally that took place on Republic Day, some farmers had traveled towards the Red Fort. During this time farmers had clashes with police personnel. 394 police personnel from different areas were injured in the disturbance.

Delhi Police has nominated more than 50 farmer leaders:
The Delhi Police has registered 25 FIRs and named more than 50 farmer leaders. SSP DM Kunwar told that Delhi Police has registered a case against Rudrapur resident Tajinder Virk. Delhi Police can also arrest the accused named in the case.

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