KMSC burns Punjab govt’s effigies
Tarn Taran, January 3
Members of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee (KMSC), Punjab, burnt an effigy of the state authorities on Tuesday.
They staged a protest towards the alleged indifference of the state authorities in the direction of calls for of the farmers and the labour class.
The KMSC is holding an indefinite protest exterior the District Administrative Complicated (DAC) and holding dharnas at Usman toll palaza and in Mannan villages stressing on their calls for. KMSC district president Satnam Singh Manochahal and state chief Harpreet Singh had been amongst others who spoke on the event. The leaders, of their tackle, condemned the state authorities for its makes an attempt to get widespread barren lands of villages vacated from the farmers. The leaders additionally took a word of the problem of no motion towards a wine manufacturing facility which is allegedly polluting underground water within the space. The leaders demanded that the barren lands which the farmers made cultivable ought to be allotted to them.
Effigies had been burnt on the Usman toll plaza and Mannan villages.