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Boycott Ambani-Adani products, ‘Thali Bajao’ on December 27 during PM Modi's Mann Ki Baat.

Leaders promised to participate in all farmers’ protests and mark the one-month completion of the Delhi Chalo programme with a Boycott Ambanid-Adani campaign.

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Image Courtesy:deshabhimani.com

A Joint forum of mass organisations held an online meeting  on December 21, 2020 to undertake struggles in support of the nationwide farmers struggle. Mass organisations have sworn  to thali bajao and boycott brand products in support of farmers.

The Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI,) the New Trade Union Initiative (NTUI,) the Pragatisheel Mahila Sangathan (PMS) and the All India Democratic Students Organisation (AIDSO) decided to endorse the call by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha to give up one meal on December 23 in support of farmers on National Kisan Day as well as the call for ‘Thali Bajao’ on December 27 during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat.

Similarly, they planned a nationwide "Boycott Ambani-Adani Corporate products and Services" campaign on December 26 and December 27 to appeal to people to avoid brand products and services such as Jio mobile service, Fortune food products, Reliance petrol pumps. Large scale campaigns will be undertaken with demonstrations, poster exhibitions, rallies and jathas, public meetings, social media campaigns on these days in villages and towns. The campaign would also mark the one-month anniversary of the Delhi Chalo programme in November.

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Boycott Ambani-Adani products, ‘Thali Bajao’ on December 27 during PM Modi's Mann Ki Baat.

Leaders promised to participate in all farmers’ protests and mark the one-month completion of the Delhi Chalo programme with a Boycott Ambanid-Adani campaign.

Image Courtesy:deshabhimani.com

A Joint forum of mass organisations held an online meeting  on December 21, 2020 to undertake struggles in support of the nationwide farmers struggle. Mass organisations have sworn  to thali bajao and boycott brand products in support of farmers.

The Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI,) the New Trade Union Initiative (NTUI,) the Pragatisheel Mahila Sangathan (PMS) and the All India Democratic Students Organisation (AIDSO) decided to endorse the call by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha to give up one meal on December 23 in support of farmers on National Kisan Day as well as the call for ‘Thali Bajao’ on December 27 during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat.

Similarly, they planned a nationwide "Boycott Ambani-Adani Corporate products and Services" campaign on December 26 and December 27 to appeal to people to avoid brand products and services such as Jio mobile service, Fortune food products, Reliance petrol pumps. Large scale campaigns will be undertaken with demonstrations, poster exhibitions, rallies and jathas, public meetings, social media campaigns on these days in villages and towns. The campaign would also mark the one-month anniversary of the Delhi Chalo programme in November.

Related:

Karnataka farmers stand steadfastly with protesting Delhi farmers, will reach Delhi border on Dec 25
Peasants in southern states continue farmers’ agitation
Maharashtra farmers to leave for Delhi on December 21
Exclusive: The farmers movement is here to stay: Rakesh Tikait
Karnataka’s peasant organisations to go on strike till December 31
Are the new farm laws constitutional?
Kranti ka Naqsha, Mapping the Revolution

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