Here’s everything you need to know about ‘Kisan Sansad’:
* The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has allowed protesting farmers to celebrate ‘Kisan Sansad’ from July 22 to August 9.
* The DDMA has allowed a maximum of 200 protesters to carry identity cards in Jantar Mantar every day between 11 a.m. M. And 5 p.m. M. Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), the coordinating organization of farmers’ corps, said the list of 200 would be shared with the police every day to prevent a repeat of the violence that erupted on January 26 when agitating farmers had entered Delhi from their sit-in. border locations.
* Speaking to TOI, Darshan Pal, SKM leader, said: “We have limited the number of people who will protest to 200. Each of the 200 will have to submit a photostatic copy of their Aadhaar card for our scrutiny. We will give you identity cards to hang around your neck for quick identification. As the monsoon session of Parliament progresses, our Kisan Sansad will also continue from 11am to 6pm. M. At 5 p. M. Every day. To ensure proper behavior from Covid, the 200 protesters will ride five buses every morning. ”
* In Jantar Mantar, protesters will appoint a ‘spokesperson’ and a ‘deputy spokesperson’ each day to coordinate discussions on agrarian issues. “We want to protest peacefully,” Pal said. “The seating arrangement at Jantar Mantar has been made taking into account the requirements of social distancing. On July 26, when the movement turns eight months old, only female protesters will participate here. On August 9, since it is the anniversary of the Exit the India movement, we will hold a special session in Jantar Mantar ”.
* Farmers have also been warned not to go on any marches due to Covid restrictions and have been asked to observe appropriate Covid behavior and social distancing.
The United States issues security alert to its citizens
The United States issued a security alert for its citizens on Wednesday in light of protests by farmers in Delhi. They have been advised to avoid the northern border of Delhi, the Parliament area, Rajpath, Gateway of India, Jantar Mantar and several metro stations, including Rajiv Chowk and Mandi House. American citizens have been urged to avoid crowds and demonstrations and to review their own security plans.
Intel Agency Issuance Alert
While farmers’ organizations have been allowed to transfer 200 of their members protesting at the Delhi borders to Jantar Mantar from Thursday to August 9, intelligence agencies have issued alerts about the Khalistani organization, Sikhs For Justice, causing people to arrive in Delhi with the Kesri and Kirpans flag and “capture” Parliament and over more protesters arriving in the capital by trains.
* Farmers have been protesting three land laws since November last year at the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders in Delhi. They demand the repeal of the agricultural laws enacted in September 2020.
(With inputs from agencies)