Bharat Bandh 26th March 2021 Farmers to begin blockade 6 am to 6 pm (Check here what will be closed tomorrow)

Bharat Bandh  26 March:- Sanyukt Kisan Morcha has called a nationwide Bharat Band on 26th March 2021 as it marks the fourth month of the farmers protest against the three central farmers law introduced by the government in the farm bill which was passed in September 2020. the farmers union has called a bharat bandh from 6 AM till 6 PM across the country. Most of the services will stay closed on this day.

 This has been supported by various unions like: Transport Unions, Organised and unorganised Workers Unions, trader unions, agricultural unions, teachers association, and student and youth unions. The banned political party CPI (Maoist) also supports this bharat bandh.

What will be closed tomorrow

 This might hinder the normal lives of the people across India as many services will stay closed. Public Transport like public busses and railways, markets, banking services will be the most affected by this. Emergency services like essential goods, medical stores, hospitals will remain open.

The farmer union has made it clear that the states and union territories where the elections are being held are not included for bharat bandh as administration is required there.

 Post Bharat Bandh, the Sanyukt Kisan Morcha has announced that it will burn the copies of the farmer’s bill on the occasion of holika dahan .

Bharat Bandh Impact

 This Bharat Bandh will be a historic one, we have seen many such bharat bandh’s in the past but they all were in the hands of the government. This is a bharat bandh carried out by a union to mark its disagreement with the government. The farmer union leader Dharam Pal has urged people to make this a success as homage to ‘annadata’ which means a homage to those who work hard day and night to help you provide your 3 time meal every day. For more updates keep visiting us.

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