With the announcement of ending the agitation, the farmers had fixed the dates of December 11 and 12 for returning home. The Punjab government will welcome the farmers returning from the borders of Delhi.
Farmers return home after the movement is over
According to the report of Tribune India. The first batch of farmers who returned home was from far-flung places like Pathankot, Amritsar, Tarn Taran, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, and Ferozepur. While most of them packed their bags to go back early this morning (Friday). When it announced to end the agitation from the stage, the farmers celebrated the victory and danced on the stage at the main performance venue.
Tents, tents and pandals removed from the road
Farmers are returning to their homes from Delhi to Haryana. The brick houses built during the agitation on National Highway 44 were demolished by the farmers. Tents, tents, and pandals removed from the road. The agitating farmers had even built houses in tractor trolleys. Now, these tractor trolleys will reach back in the fields of Punjab-Haryana and UP. Annadata will get involved in the work of growing food grains and after a year vehicles will start running on the gleaming roads of Delhi.
Punjab government will welcome farmers
With the announcement of ending the agitation, the farmers had fixed the dates of December 11 and 12 for returning home. The Punjab government will welcome the farmers returning from the borders of Delhi. This announced by CM Charanjit Singh Channi. Congratulating the farmers, laborers, and United Kisan Morcha, Charanjit Singh Channi said that this is the victory of the farmers against the central government. The state government will welcome the sons of its soil.
Farmers will go along the Singhu border till Ambala
Will go for their respective districts, but whose homes are far away. He will stay tonight at Fatehpur Sahib. Whereas the farmers agitating on the Tikri border will reach Punjab via Patial. Overall, there is a program for all the farmers to reach their respective homes by tomorrow i.e. December 12. At the same time, on December 13, farmers will pay obeisance at Shri Darbar Sahib in Amritsar.
Demonstration at toll, mall and petrol pump will end on December 15
After 15th December all Punjab-Haryana toll everywhere. The ongoing protest at malls and petrol pumps will end. By December 15, the group of farmers will completely clear the roads of Delhi including Punjab-Haryana. Barricading will also be removed from Delhi’s Ghazipur border and vehicles will start running again on Delhi-Meerut Expressway.