Farmers To Mark ‘Black Day’ From Home on Wednesday

Amid a raging Covid-19 pandemic, farmers’ unions agitating on the borders of the capital have decided against crowding at protest sites here and asked supporters to put black flags atop their homes to mark six months of their agitation demanding repeal of the three farm laws.

‘Farmers are present at the protest sites and we will mark Buddha Poornima on May 26 and also observe ‘Black Day’ against the seven years of the oppressive Modi government,’ Kulwant Sandhu, leader of the Samyukt Kisan Morcha, told DH.

He said the farmers have decided to avoid getting any undue attention to the three protest sites against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and have asked supporters to put up black flags on their homes.

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