For four consecutive months, a BKU worker collected milk and cash and sent it to the Ghazipur border for the farmers who have been agitating on the Ghazipur border for four consecutive months, demanding the repeal of the agricultural laws. Thousands of farmers are agitating on the Ghazipur border in Delhi under the leadership of Rakesh Tikait, national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, to demand the repeal of three new agricultural laws brought by the central government and bring the MSP under the ambit of the law. On the completion of 4 months of farmers’ agitation on Friday, Aamir Ali, block president of village Gogwan of Kairana tehsil area, led by Bhakyu state spokesman Kuldeep Panwar, collected about 200 liters of milk and cash of Rs 6290 for the agitated farmers. Aamir Ali said that the milk and cash collected by him has been delivered to the farmers on the Ghazipur border.
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Milk sent to farmers agitating against agricultural laws
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