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Murthal’s Sukhdev dhaba offers free food to protesting farmers in Haryana

The famous Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba in Haryana’s Murthal served free food to protesting farmers. The owner of the dhaba said farmers are the biggest providers and that they will not face any shortage of food during their protest.
A famous dhaba in Haryana has stepped forward to help thousands of farmers who marched all the way to the national capital from Punjab to protest against the Centre’s farm bills.
The famous Amrik Sukhdev dhaba in Murthal distributed free food to around two thousand farmers. The owner of the dhaba said, “No provider is bigger than the farmer. They will have no shortage of food in Murthal.”
The kind act has won many hearts on social media and people have praised the dhaba for coming to the aid of protesting farmers.
The handle of Youth Congress also tweeted a video of farmers eating inside the dhaba and said, “This is MY INDIA! Salute. Dhaba Amrik Sukhdev in Delhi Haryana border Murthal serves free food to farmers.
Thousands of farmers started their march towards Delhi on Thursday as part of their protest against the Centre’s farm laws. After battling many obstacles, the farmers finally made it to the national capital on Friday.
Farmers were finally allowed to enter Delhi following day-long clashes with police at the borders with Haryana. Police in Haryana used water cannon and tear gas shells to prevent the farmers from marching forward.
However, the protesting farmers continued their agitation until the Delhi Police said the protesting farmers would be escorted to the protest site at Burari, located in the outskirts of Delhi.
The farmers had entered the city as part of their ‘Dilli Chalo’ march to press for the withdrawal of the three farm bills.
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said the central government is ready to discuss the issues with farmers on December 3 and made an appeal to the protesters to end their agitations in view of the pandemic.

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