Rail traffic is getting affected due to the Bharat movement called by the farmers.
Bharat Bandh 26 March 2021: Bharat Bandh today had no effect on business. Common activities took place in the market. This is the claim of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT). CAIT urged the farmers organizations to give up their obstinate attitude and negotiate with the government and find a solution to their problems.
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CAIT general secretary Praveen Khandelwal lambasted political parties who are using the shoulders of farmers for their political gains. It is high time that the farmers should take them out and start a dialogue with the government so that their issues can be redressed. The farmers should give up their demand to withdraw the three laws, but should instead propose amendments to protect their issues in those three bills. Please tell that CAT is the apex and representative organization of 8 crore merchants across the country and more than 40 thousand trade organizations all over the country.
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Let it be known that it will not be closed in five electoral states. According to the United Farmers’ Front, the nationwide nationwide bandh starts at 6 am on March 26, which will last till six in the evening. The completion of four months of farmer agitation is being done on three borders of Delhi – Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri. Front leader Darshan Pal said in a video message that the supply of vegetables and milk will also be stopped during the bandh.
Front said in a statement, all shops, malls, markets and institutions will remain closed under the entire Bharat bandh. All the major and minor routes will be disrupted and trains will be stopped. All services except ambulance and other essential services will be discontinued. The impact of Bharat Bandh will be seen in Delhi as well. Senior farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal said that road and rail transport will be blocked and markets will also be closed.