India  

'Dilli Chalo' protest: 'Will sleep in trolleys, carrying month's ration', says protestor

Video Credit: ANI - Duration: 02:08s - Published
'Dilli Chalo' protest: 'Will sleep in trolleys, carrying month's ration', says protestor

'Dilli Chalo' protest: 'Will sleep in trolleys, carrying month's ration', says protestor

Farmer groups are heading towards Delhi to protest against amended farm laws on November 25.

Group of farmers reached Ludhiana's Ladhowal Toll Plaza.

"We're against recent farm laws.

Our slogan is 'ghera dalo, dera dalo' which is what we'll do in Delhi.

We've water tankers, will sleep in trolleys, also carrying a month's ration," said a protestor.

Meanwhile, Police used water cannon to disperse farmers who have gathered in Kurukshetra to proceed to Delhi to stage a demonstration.


You Might Like


💡 newsR Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Delhi Delhi Megacity and union territory of India, containing the national capital

6 Rohingyas arrested from Anand Vihar Railway Station: Police [Video]

6 Rohingyas arrested from Anand Vihar Railway Station: Police

Delhi Police has arrested six Rohingyas from Anand Vihar Railway Station after receiving inputs about their arrival in the national capital from Tripura by a special train on January 06. DCP (East) Deepak Kumar said, "On January 6, we received information that some suspected Rohingyas were coming to Delhi from Tripura by a special train. The train was to reach Anand Vihar Railway Station. A team was deployed there and 6 Myanmar nationals were detained based on suspicion. They were interrogated and sent to the detention centre as or the order of FRRO. An FIR has been registered in this case and investigation is underway."

Credit: ANI    Duration: 00:55Published
Meet the chef taking Delhi's spices to new horizons [Video]

Meet the chef taking Delhi's spices to new horizons

Spices are at the heart of all Indian food and Chef Kuldeep Negi understands them better than most. In his Singapore restaurant, Negi serves up a bite of his Delhi heritage – with a kick.

Credit: Bleacher Report AOL    Duration: 02:36Published
Harsh Vardhan inaugurates Burn and Plastic Surgery block at Delhi’s AIIMS [Video]

Harsh Vardhan inaugurates Burn and Plastic Surgery block at Delhi’s AIIMS

Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan inaugurated the 'Burn and Plastic Surgery' block at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi on January 18. “It is a matter of joy for AIIMS family as a golden chapter has been added to its development. An exclusive state of the art department for burns and plastic surgery has been added. All facilities related to burns and plastic surgery will be available here,” said Dr Harsh Vardhan. He added, “Nearly 70 lakh people across the country are victim of burns per year. Out of these, nearly 1.4 lakh people succumb to death. Roughly, every four minutes, one person dies due to burns.” Dr Harsh Vardhan also congratulated AIIMS Director, Dr Randeep Guleria and Burn and Plastic Surgery Block Head, Maneesh Singhal for their efforts. Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 02:21Published

Farmer Farmer Person that works in agriculture

Farmer protest: Political party meeting plan leads to differences among leaders [Video]

Farmer protest: Political party meeting plan leads to differences among leaders

A face-off is brewing between leaders of the Sanyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) and chief of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Gurnam Singh Chaduni. The latter's alleged bids to organise a meeting with political parties was labelled as 'unauthorised' by the SKM which claims that it wants to keep the ongoing farmer protests apolitical. Chaduni called the allegations a plot by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to break the protest. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court said that the Delhi Police must decide on the issue of entry of farmers into the national capital for a tractor rally on January 26. Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 03:37Published

Farmer unions say they will go ahead with tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day

Farmer unions protesting against the Centre's agri laws said on Sunday that they will go ahead with their proposed tractor parade in Delhi on Republic Day.
IndiaTimes
'Tarikh pe tarikh': Farmer leader says govt dragging things to tire protestors [Video]

'Tarikh pe tarikh': Farmer leader says govt dragging things to tire protestors

All India Kisan Sabha, General Secretary, Hannan Mollah said the government is dragging things so that the protesting farmers get tired and leave. His comments came after the ninth round of discussion between the Centre and farmers remained inconclusive. The next round of talks will be held on January 19. “For almost two months, we are suffering and dying in cold weather. The government is giving us 'tarikh pe tarikh' and are dragging things so that we get tired and leave the place. This is their conspiracy," said Mollah. The 9th round of talks came after the Supreme Court stayed the implementation of the farm laws. The Supreme Court formed four-member committee to mediate between farmers and the centre. Farmers have demanded that the three farm laws be taken back. They have been protesting against the farm laws for over 50 days now. Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 01:55Published

Ludhiana Ludhiana Metropolis in Punjab, India

Cold wave conditions prevail in parts of North India [Video]

Cold wave conditions prevail in parts of North India

Dense fog enveloped Aligarh city of Uttar Pradesh on January 18. It led to low visibility at various locations. Similar situation of fog was observed in Bihar's Muzaffarpur today. A thick blanket of dense fog also engulfed Punjab's Ludhiana. Locals were seen keeping themselves warm near the bonfire amid chilly winter season. The city recorded a minimum temperature of 8 degrees celsius, as per India Meteorological Department (IMD).

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:23Published
Covid vaccine: Meet AIIMS sanitation worker who volunteered to be 1st recipient [Video]

Covid vaccine: Meet AIIMS sanitation worker who volunteered to be 1st recipient

With India's Covid immunisation drive launching on January 16, a sanitation worker became the first vaccine recipient at the country's premier AIIMS hospital in Delhi. Manish Kumar said that seeing other people have doubts about the inoculants, he approached his seniors to be the first one getting a jab. His mother, initially anxious over the decision, supported him later. Dr Harpreet Bains of Ludhiana's civil hospital also spoke about his experience after getting vaccinated. Watch the full video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 03:49Published
Thick layer of fog shrouds north Indian cities [Video]

Thick layer of fog shrouds north Indian cities

Dense fog enveloped Patna city of Bihar on January 15. It led to low visibility at various locations. Speaking to ANI, a local said, "From last 3-4 days, the cold wave has gripped the city causing problems in carrying out day-to-day activities." Similar situation of fog was observed in UP's Lucknow today. Thick blanket of fog also engulfed Punjab's Ludhiana. Locals were seen keeping themselves warm near the bonfire amid chilly winter season.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:32Published

Kurukshetra Kurukshetra City in Haryana, India

First batch of Bharat Biotech's 'Covaxin' arrives at Delhi airport [Video]

First batch of Bharat Biotech's 'Covaxin' arrives at Delhi airport

The first consignment of 'Covaxin', the COVID-19 vaccine by Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech arrived at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport on Jan 13. Three boxes of 'Covaxin' are also being taken to Kurukshetra in Haryana from Delhi airport. The COVID vaccination drive will start in India from Jan 16.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:18Published