End of year-long protest with Fateh March

After the Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the repeal of three contentious farm laws on November 19, farmers mostly from Punjab and Haryana who have been protesting  over a year–long against these laws at Delhi’s Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders are set to go back home on Saturday.

Farmers have been protesting against these laws since November 26 last year. After suspensions of farmer’s 15 month protest today they are dismantling their makeshift accommodations at the site of borders.

On Saturday morning, the farmers started their home return with joy and happiness. Celebrations were held before returning to the fronts. Fateh Ardas was first done at the Kundli border in the morning after that the langar started. Immediately after the langar, batches of farmers started leaving in the form of procession.

The victory march was planned for yesterday, but it was postponed due to the India’s first CDS tragic Chopper crash in Tamil Nadu in which 13 people, including Chief of Defence Staff Bipin Rawat and his wife were killed.