On the one hand, temperature is declining, while on the other hand, the process of reaching farmers on the Delhi borders from Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and other states is increasing. Thousands of farmers flocked to tractor cars across borders, including the Singhu border, Ghazipur and the Tikri border on Friday in support of uncompromising farmers demanding the repeal of all three agricultural laws over the past month.
By Friday night, the number of farmers on the Ghazipur border increased by 5,000. The number of farmers here exceeded 12,000. United Kisan Morcha claims that this number may increase further with the arrival of supporters from Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand in the evening. On the other hand, there are already between 30 and 40 thousand farmers on the Singhu border. On Friday, more than 100 Punjab tractors arrived at the Singhu border.
At the same time, around 2,000 farmers from many parts of Haryana became part of the movement. Looking at the number of farmers on the Tikari border on Friday, it appears that this movement will not stop immediately. United Kisan Morcha says the number of farmers is increasing every day at all three demonstration sites. Farmers will not come back without meeting their demands.
In view of the increase in the number of farmers at the agitation sites, all preparations at the picket sites have been completed. These were converted into tents, including beds in tractor wagons. Blankets and bedding, including trolleys, have also been installed.