They will march up to the national capital and stand by the protesting farmers in solidarity of their demands to withdraw three contentious farm laws passed by the central government in September, which they believe will ruin their livelihood.
An RLP worker told IANS: “We shall leave here at 11.30 a.m. for Delhi. Farmers from different parts of the state are gathering here. we will be on Delhi borders to stand in solidarity with our brethren who have been protesting for a month demanding the rollback of controversial farm laws.”
A statement issued by the RLP on Friday said that people and farmers from different districts of Rajasthan would gather in Kotputli and would travel towards Shahjahanpur border under the leadership of MP Hanuman Beniwal.
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