Shopkeepers have also come to Punjab in favor of the ongoing farmers’ movement in Delhi against the three agricultural laws passed by the Center. Some shopkeepers in Mohali, Punjab, have supported the food givers in a new way.
Shopkeepers in Mohali have started putting up posters and stickers outside shops, regardless of business. It clearly states that blind devotees are not allowed to come here. We support our farmers. This poster is not seen in a store or village, but on several well-known stores. These shopkeepers say that we are with Annadata. Even if we have to suffer loss for this.
Mohali is one of the most important cities of Punjab and 86 percent of the people here are educated. Most of these people are employed. Almost every household has a person abroad. People say that even though today we reach anywhere, but a farmer is alive inside us.
Not only this, sometime back when the Mann Ki Baat program was sponsored by the Prime Minister of the country, the shopkeepers of Mohali had set up a LED market at the invitation of the Kisan Union. In this, when the Prime Minister was talking about the mind, people were opposing it by playing plates.
Cooperation donation center opened to help farmers
People of the city cannot go to Delhi to join the farmers’ movement. Special support donation centers have now been created in the markets to help them. People associated with farmers union and social workers are sitting here. Through these people are being made aware of the three laws of new agriculture. Not only this, if a person wants to help the Annadata, then he can help by going there.
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