- The farmers’ agitation against the agricultural law has been going on for 20 days
- Butter Singh, a farmer working on the Indus border, died of a heart attack
- Farmers are adamant in demanding an end to all three agricultural laws
The farmers’ agitation against the agricultural law has been going on for 20 days. Meanwhile, the process of killing protesters during the agitation continues. Another farmer has died today. At the same time, the number of farmers killed during the agitation has reached 11.
Farmer Butter Singh, who was protesting on the Indus border, died of a heart attack. In Punjab, Butter has a family of workers, two sons and a daughter. Butter took part in a protest against agricultural law on the Indus border.
It is freezing cold in Delhi and agitating farmers have died due to various reasons. More farmers have died before this.
So far these farmers have died
Indus 2-year-old farmer Ajay Mor died at the Indus border. He was a resident of Baroda, Sonepat.
Sanjay Singh, Kitab Singh, Gurjant Singh, Gurubhash Singh, Gajjar Singh, Baljinder Singh, Dhanna Singh and Lakhvir Singh also died during the protest.
– A farmer returning from the ongoing farmers’ movement at the Delhi border died in a road accident. Farmer Balbir Singh, who lives in Bagna, Ajnala village, was returning home.
Farmer Butter Singh dies