A new city of farmers has been settled here by encamping on the horoscope border demanding to repeal the agricultural laws. Now the farmers here do not have to bother for the goods of need. Every facility is available in this city of farmers. The entire market has opened up. All other facilities are being provided, including hospitals, clinics, medical stores, gyms, clothing sewing, shoe fixing.
Farmers are not going to have to go out of the dharna for the goods they need and also do not have to spend. Farmer leaders believe that the way the movement is getting longer and in such a situation, the farmers have to be mentally weak if they have to bother about the need. Farmers are getting every facility, so they are also firmly planted.
Farmers encamped on the horoscope border of National Highway 44 on 27 November seeking to repeal the agricultural law. At that time, it was hoped that a decision would be made in the farmers' talks with the government soon and the agitation could end. Instead of finding some sort of solution in the dialogue between the government and the farmers, the deadlock is increasing and the farmers are adamant about demanding the repeal of the agricultural laws.
Due to the agitation, the horoscope market is closed at the same time, due to which the farmers had to go far for the essential goods. The movement is also getting longer and the farmers had to struggle for goods. This could have weakened the morale of the farmers. In view of this, facilities were gradually started to increase at the Kundali picket site, and at this time every necessary facility found in a city is available there.
An eight-bed hospital is also running at the protest site. Dental clinics have also been opened there. A medical store has also opened in the new city of farmers, so farmers have also opened a gym at the petrol pump nearby. Farmers exercise every morning in the gym. Shoe fixing and polishing. Fabric sewing and press facilities are also on strike. Not only this, but a mall has also been opened here. The biggest thing is that you do not have to spend money on anything.
Farmers have a seven-km-long halt on the GT Road from Kundli Border towards Sonepat. In these seven km, about 10 schools have been started for the education of children. There, children are collected and taught in many places in the tent. No one comes from outside to teach there, but the farmers themselves teach children. Young farmers are also included among them, even elderly farmers are not behind in teaching children.
Every facility is available to the farmers so that they do not have to bother for the goods they need. No one is doing this at the behest of anyone, rather the farmers are doing this arrangement and it is a service. Apart from this, some institutions are also serving at the picket. The langars are also being installed by the social people and the farmers themselves. If the farmers are kept out of trouble, then their morale will be strong and they will be able to fight against the government. Harendra Singh Lakhowal, Member, United Kisan Morcha.