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R S Pura: Farmers’ and Youth leader Sardar Taranjit Singh Tony has demanded from the Central Government that during Indo-Pak war the Indian government needs to take steps as soon as possible to free the Indian soldiers and other civilians who are languishing in Pakistani jails.Apart from this, the farmers of Suchetgarh and RS Pura paid rich tributes to the people who lost their lives in 1947, 1965, 1971, 1999 Kargil wars. A rally was organized under the chairmanship of farmers and youth leader Sardar Taranjit Singh Tony from Gandhi Park in the town to the office of SDM RS Pura and handed over the memorandum addressed to the PM Modi for the demands of farmers to the SDM.Talking to reporters on the occasion, Tony said that no steps have been taken by the government to free Indian people in Pakistani jails. Tony demanded that 25 lakh rupees were fixed by the government to the refugee families. He has demanded from the Modi government that Refugee should get the full amount fixed by the government, because they have suffered a lot and 5 lakh is not enough for these families. He also asked SDM RS Pura to put the compensation of the affected paddy crop due to the unseasonal rains of the farmers as soon as possible. He warned that if the government does not take any step in this direction at the earliest, then he will be forced to make a big movement in the coming days. On this occasion, a large number of farmers including former Sarpanch Bachan Singh, former Sarpanch, Rashpal Singh Gill, Mohan Lal, Bachan Lal, Balwant Singh Puppy attended the rally.
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