Kejriwal once again pays a visit to the protesting farmers

Kejriwal once again pays a visit to the protesting farmers


elhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, who is also the head of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), arrived at the Singhu border on Sunday evening with his deputy Manish Sisodia and joined the 'Safar-e-Shahadat' Kirtan Darbaar, organized by the Punjabi Academy of Delhi government at Gugu Tegh Bahadur Memorial, commemorating the assassination of four Sahibzaade and Mata Gujri Kaur Ji.

Kejriwal spoke to farmers at the Singhu border and called on the federal government to repeal these farm rules. "More than 40 people have lost their lives here. Today, in this forum, and in such a holy place, I want to call on the central government with folded arms to abolish these farm rules. These are our people, brothers, sisters, mothers and elders. These are our people, listen to them, end their struggle here. How many lives will you take?" he said.

Along with this deputy CM Manish Sisodia, ensured all that they were watching the whole process closely and promised them the pain they would endure is minimum.

This was Kejriwal's second trip to the Singhu border. His first time on the Singhu border that is the Delhi-Haryana border was on December 7.

The Chief Minister urged the center to repeal the new farm rules and said farmers were protesting for a living. "I challenge any union minister to have an open debate with farmers and it will be clear how dangerous these laws are," he added.