500 Farmers Will Reach Delhi On Nov 29: Tikait
Hindustan Times|November 25, 2021
Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait announced on Wednesday that 30 tractors carrying 500 farmers will reach Parliament on November 29 — the first day of the winter session - to press for a law guaranteeing minimum support prices (MSPs).
Peeyush Khandelwal

On November 29,500 farmers will go to Delhi on 30 tractors. The details will be provided after a meeting on November 26, which will be marked as the first anniversary of our protest,” Tikait said at a rally in Ghaziabad.

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