Lucknow. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) has issued a call for ‘Bharat Bandh’ on September 27 to protest against the Centre’s three farm laws. The announcement was made during a two-day meet of the farmer unions’ umbrella body in Lucknow.
General Secretary of All India Kishan Sabha Atul Kumar Anjaan said Bharat Bandh is call to save constitution, to save public sector and to protest and raise voice.
To make the proposed nationwide strike successful, farmers’ organizations will hold meetings with trade unions, youth organizations, transport associations, and business organizations in all districts of Uttar Pradesh from September 17.
Farmer leaders will also get in touch with trade boards and various employee organizations and trade unions to observe Bharat Bandh in urban areas.
The two-day SKM meet in Lucknow saw the participation of 85 farm unions, whose leaders helped draw out plans for Mission Uttar Pradesh.