A day after the government’s proposal of written MSP assurance to the farmers was rejected by the farmer unions protesting against the farm laws, the unions have said that soon more people will join the agitation.
Though the farmers have been braving the chilly winter nights and the woes of living on the roads, their will to not back down from their sole demand is worth praising.
However, adding more people to the protest is a daunting task as it surely demands facilities and management, especially when it comes to providing food to everyone. And to ensure such arrangements, the farmers are making the best use of tech.
To ensure food for everyone, a roti maker has now been installed by the farmers at the protest site. The roti machine can make as many as 1500 – 2000 rotis in an hour. This naturally makes it easier for farmers to produce food for thousands at the camp.
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Farmers at Singhu and Tikri border have called for a nationwide strike on December 14 after the government denied to repeal the farm laws. The farmers also plan to block more highways leading to Delhi.
The government has said that it is ready to make farmer-friendly amendments to the laws but repletion is out of context.
Meanwhile, The Khalsa Aid Foundation has also been helping the farmers by making arrangements for refreshments. Facilities such as mobile toilets are also available at the protest site for the women protesting against the laws.