Bharat Bandh tomorrow, opposition parties announced support, know what will remain open and closed

New Delhi. To further strengthen their movement against the central agricultural laws, farmers' organizations have called for Bharat Bandh tomorrow, i.e. on Monday, 27 September. Under the leadership of the United Kisan Morcha (SKM), 40 farmer organizations have appealed to the people to call for a Bharat Bandh on 27 September. Bharat Bandh has been called from 06 AM to 04 PM. Opposition parties have also now indicated to join the farmers' war against agricultural laws. Opposition parties from Congress and CPI(M) to NCP and Trinamool Congress have made it clear their intention to increase the focus on the government's political siege on the issue by declaring their support for the Bharat Bandh called by farmer organizations on September 27. So far, many parties of the opposition camp, which are giving moral support to the farmers' organizations, have also announced to take to the road in support of this bandh.

 10 months of farmers' protest completed

On September 26, ie today, it will be 10 months since the farmers' protest on the borders of Delhi. Farmers say that their farmers' movement will be strengthened by the Bharat Bandh. SKM has said that different sections of the society are being approached by farmer organizations in different parts of the country for the support and solidarity of farmers, who are associated with a movement to protect the democracy of India.

The effect of the bandh will be visible in these states

The effect of Bharat Bandh can be more visible in those states where there is an opposition government. Apart from the leaders of the Trinamool Congress in West Bengal, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury has also openly announced to join the farmers' organizations in this bandh. Tejashwi Yadav, the prominent leader of RJD in Bihar, has announced to take to the road to get the three agriculture laws repealed during the bandh. Parties like TDP in Andhra Pradesh, Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi, JDS in Karnataka, ruling DMK in Tamil Nadu have also declared their support for the bandh and demanded the central government to withdraw the agriculture laws.

Support of these organizations for Bharat Bandh

Opposition parties from Congress and CPI(M) to NCP and Trinamool Congress announced their support for the Bharat Bandh called by farmer organizations on September 27.

All India Bank Officers' Confederation (AIBOC) has extended its support to 'Bharat Bandh'. Therefore, there are possibilities that many banks in the country will not work on September 27. 

- United Kisan Morcha SKM said that trade unions, trade unions, employees and student unions, women's organizations and transporters' unions are being involved for the plan of Bharat Bandh.

Bharat Bandh on 27th September: Know what will remain closed?

People may have trouble commuting on the borders of Delhi. Farmers' organizations have said that they will not protest inside Delhi but roads will be blocked on the borders.

In Haryana, on September 27, all state and national highways will be blocked for 10 hours i.e. from 6 am to 4 pm.

Farmers have said that all the offices and institutions of the central and state government will also remain closed.

Markets, shops, malls, industries will also remain closed.

Schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutions can also be closed.

Farmers claim that any kind of government or non-government public programs will not be allowed.

Bharat Bandh on September 27: Know what will be open?

Farmers have claimed that all medical-related services including hospitals, medicine shops, ambulances will remain open.

If a student has to go to the examination or interview, then he/she will not be stopped either.

At the same time, no service related to Corona will be interrupted.

There should not be any kind of violence and sabotage in this movement.

Programs and works related to any incident like fire brigade, personal emergency will not be stopped.

Apart from this, the farmers' organizations have instructed the workers that no coercion should be done with anyone to support the Bharat Bandh. People should be appealed to voluntarily shut everything down.

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