NEW DELHI| The Government of Delhi is constantly taking stock of the living arrangements of the farmers who are protesting at various borders of Delhi. Arrangements for drinking water, toilets, kitchens, sanitation and medical facilities have been made at the picket site. To maintain these arrangements, many senior leaders and MLAs of the Aam Aadmi Party are spending the night with the farmers in the camp on the border. Jarnail Singh, the leader and MLA of the Aam Aadmi Party on the Singhu border located in the Delhi Haryana border, continues to be here. He stayed here all night with farmers and slept in the camp here. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, “All our volunteers, activists and officials are engaged in serving the farmers. I hope that this problem will be resolved at the earliest.”
At the same time, the Aam Aadmi Party MLA Atishi, who came to protest with the farmers, met at the Singhu border. After the meeting, Atishi said, “The farmers whose hard work every citizen in the country eats three times of bread, the Delhi government is standing with those farmers, standing with their demands. Going to the Singhu border and talking to their farmer brothers and sisters. Ki, spent today in his service. “
CM Arvind Kejriwal said that farmers have called for a complete shutdown of India on 8 December. The Aam Aadmi Party fully supports this call of farmers. All the workers of the Aam Aadmi Party will participate in the farmers’ Bharat bandh across the country.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal earlier on Monday met farmers on the Singhu border.
He said during this time, “Our government, our ministers, our MLAs, all the workers of my party and myself are engaged in serving the farmers like Sevadars. Even today I have not come here as the Chief Minister. I am here But I have come as a serviceman. Here I am here to serve the farmers. The farmers are serving us by working hard for 24 hours, shedding their blood and sweat. Today the farmers are in trouble. We and everyone It is the duty of the countrymen to stand with the farmers and serve them. I have come here today to visit and take stock of all the necessary facilities. “