A sports players and even coaches will take an crucial step to support protest, some political parties also come ahead to give support india bandh
Today is the twelfth day of the fomented ranchers' development along the fringes of Delhi, requesting the withdrawal of each of the three new rural laws. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal arrived at the Singhu fringe to meet the ranchers. He stated, 'The ranchers' issue and battle are supported. We have been together in the battle of ranchers from the earliest starting point. The Central Government and Delhi Police had asked us the consent to construct 9 arenas. A great deal of weight was put on us, however we didn't give authorization. The focal government needed the ranchers to come to Delhi and put them in prison.
Then, players and specialists from Punjab have declared that they will restore the honor today on the side of the ranchers.
Vijendra Singh, Boxing (Khel Ratna)
Gurbakhsh Singh Sandhu, Boxing (Dronacharya award)
Kartar Singh, wrestling (Padmashree, Arjuna Award)
Sajjan Singh Cheema, Basketball (Arjuna Award)
Rajbir Kaur, Hockey (Arjuna Award)
Farmers have just said that they will stop India on Tuesday, December 8. On the side of this, 20 ideological groups and 10 worker's organizations including the Congress have come out. Heads of resistance groups have requested chance to meet the president on 9 December. BSP boss Mayawati has additionally declared help for the laborer development today. Then again, rancher pioneer Baldev Singh Nihalgarh told that the bandh will be shut from morning to night on Tuesday and Chakka Jam will be till 3 pm. Ambulances and relationships will have the option to go back and forth.
Police hosts been introduced outside Samajwadi Gathering President Akhilesh Yadav's home in Lucknow. Akhilesh is setting off to the Kannauj dharna on the side of ranchers today.
Passage from Chilla Border to Noida to Delhi is shut. The traffic police has said that rather than Noida Link Road, use DND to come to Delhi.
Ghazipur outskirt is shut on NH-24. Those coming to Delhi from Ghaziabad have been encouraged to go by means of Apsara, Bhopra or DND rather than NH-24.