Jammu & Kashmir

Activists hold candlelight vigil in Srinagar, express solidarity with farmers protesting in Delhi

Srinagar: Scores of the Kashmiri youth including social activists’ held a candlelight vigil on Sunday evening in Srinagar seeking a rollback of the farm laws passed by the parliament of India in September this year.

The activists holding placards that read: “No farmer, no food”, “we stand with farmers”, “Punjab resist against black laws”, “down with BJP RSS”, Kashmir stands with farmers and Modi Shah hosh aai aao”, sought the immediate revocation of the laws.

One of the activists, Malkit Singh Babbar, said that it is a shameful act that GoI is not taking any step towards the farmers protesting in Delhi outskirts since weeks.
Another Activist Angad Singh Khalsa, termed the farmers’ backbone of every community and said that we all depend on them.

Activist Umer Rafi Mir, who was also the part of the demonstration, said that Kashmiris stand with the farmers and it is not only about the farmers of Punjab and Haryana, the black laws will lead every farmer to suffer in future.


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