Disputes continue between farmers’ organizations and the central government over agricultural laws. Even in the midst of severe winters, farmers have been frozen on Delhi’s Indus and Tikri border for the past one month. However, during this period, organizations are also coming forward to manage their residents and food. An NGO called Khalsa Ad India has now opened a Kisan Mall on the Tikari border. The special feature of this mall is that it has all the items required by the farmers and that too for free.
It is reported that Kisan Mall at Ticker Border started services from Wednesday. On the first day alone, more than 350 people arrived to collect the goods. Amarpreet Singh, Indo-Pacific Director, Khalsa Aid, said that the mall is open every day from 9 am to 5 pm and its racks include toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, oil, shampoo, Vaseline, comb, muffler, heating pads. , Thermal suits, shawls and blankets are all present. Say it’s a mall, but everything in its rack is free.
Delhi: Khalsa Aid has set up a Kisan Mall at Tikri Border to provide free daily necessities to farmers.
“We distribute tokens to farmers with which they can buy items from here,” says store manager Guru Charan. (૨ 24.12) pic.twitter.com/imZ0Aq1h0O
– ANI (UNI) December 24, 2020
Amarpreet says that now 20 volunteers are taking the opinion of the protesters about their need. He said he has found a lot of demand for essential items for women. Therefore, they will try to ensure their availability soon. Amarpreet said there are currently no plans to open a mall on the Singhu border.
Significantly, for any kind of negotiations, the central government has first demanded the government to repeal all the three laws, while the government says it is ready to make the necessary provisions stated by the farmers, but the law has not been withdrawn. Meanwhile, pictures of a massage parlor and a pizza parlor with a gym at protest sites came out recently, which was heavily discussed. However, many pro-farmer organizations have already spoken of providing such facilities to farmers.
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