United Kisan Morcha's Bharat Bandh tomorrow against agricultural laws, strong security arrangements in Delhi

New Delhi: The United Kisan Morcha has called for a Bharat Bandh on September 27 against the three agricultural laws of the Central Government. The United Kisan Morcha, an organization of 40 farmer organizations, has appealed to all the people of the country to join the bandh. Along with this, all political parties and state governments have also been appealed from the front to join the Bharat Bandh. Elaborate security arrangements have been made in Delhi in view of the Bharat Bandh. On the completion of ten months of the ongoing agitation, the United Kisan Morcha has called for a Bharat Bandh against the Modi government.

Samyukta Kisan Morcha has asked political parties to "participate to preserve the principles of democracy and federalism". Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has given his support to the bandh. At the same time, Leader of Opposition in Bihar Legislative Assembly Tejashwi Yadav has announced to join Bharat Bandh. However, the United Kisan Morcha has said that it is their policy that the Kisan Morcha will not share the platform with the representatives of political parties.

Along with this, some organizations have also supported the Bharat Bandh. The All India Bank Officers Confederation has extended its support to the bandh to be held on Monday. Along with this, the government has been demanded to hold talks with the farmers and repeal all three agricultural laws. 

On the other hand, in view of 'Bharat Bandh' in Delhi, tight security arrangements have been made at the borders of the national capital. Tight security arrangements have been made to maintain law and order in the national capital on Monday in view of the bandh, a senior police official said. The official said that none of the protesters, who are protesting at three places along with the city limits, will be allowed to enter Delhi. 

Another official said, "Security has been taken as a precautionary measure and is fully alert. There is no Bharat Bandh call in Delhi, but we are watching the developments and an adequate number of security forces have been deployed. ''

The Morcha said that the bandh has been organized from 6 am to 4 pm. During this time all government and private offices, educational and other institutions, shops, industries and business establishments will remain closed. All emergency establishments, services, hospitals, drug shops, relief and rescue operations and people with personal emergencies have been excluded from the bandh. 

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