365 days away from home for their right, farmers recall yr full of struggle & grief
Millennium Post Delhi|November 27, 2021
Even as most protesting farmers at Delhi’s borders are clear that the repeal of the three contentious farm laws was just half a victory — what has been undisputed is the fact that whatever success the movement has brought for farmers has come because of people like Amurak Singh (67), who has been at the Singhu border protest site for all of 365 days — away from his home and family in Punjab’s Ludhiana.
NARESH BISWANI & ABHINAY LAKSHMAN

NEW DELHI:

Like Singh, hundreds of farmers have set up tents at border protest sites at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur — with some even thinking what they would do if the government ever ended up meeting all of their demands. It is not so much that they would miss being part of the protests but that they would miss the camaraderie they had found there.

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