22-Year-Old Student is Cycling From Kerala to Kashmir to Support Ongoing Farmer’s Protest
Thiruvananthapuram: The ongoing Indian farmers agitation is without doubt one of the distinctive protests in current Indian historical past – lots of of 1000’s of farmers, principally from Punjab and Haryana have continued an virtually two month lengthy agitation for the Central authorities to repeal not too long ago handed farm legal guidelines.
The agitation has seen help from Indians country-wide, from celebrities, musicians, docs, native governments and even peculiar folks together with faculty youngsters for his or her trigger.
Now a pupil from Kerala can be including to the trigger. 22-year-old Jibin George from Shankhumukham within the Kerala capital is on a one-of-its-kind initiative.
Starting his journey from Thiruvananthapuram and biking all the best way to Jammu and Kashmir, he’s going to hitch the farmers’ protest at Delhi’s borders. He can be specializing in spreading consciousness on the farmers’ difficulty among the many public all through his journey.
Jibin is a second-year pupil at Rajadhani Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Attingal.
“I noticed that people in the southern states were least bothered about these issues and many were ignorant. I decided to go on an all-India cycle expedition to create awareness about the protesting farmers and their concerns,” Jibin told The New Indian Express.
“Farmers are the backbone of our nation and they need our respect, not our sympathy. During the ride, I will be sharing information on the new farm laws and will be speaking to the public about how the Centre’s new laws are going to affect the farmers,” he added.
The young man plans to stick to coastal roads till he reaches Goa. “From Maharashtra, I’ll be exploring places more thoroughly and then head to the protesting farmers in Delhi,” he told The News Minute. His journey will end in Jammu & Kashmir. *(The Indian Express)*Follow Us On