Invoking Bhagat Singh, youth say it’s a revolution - ECAS Punjab

Invoking Bhagat Singh, youth say it’s a revolution

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Karam Prakash

Tribune News Service

Singhu border, Dec 16

A group of youngsters sporting yellow turbans took out a protest rally at Singhu border, shouting "Inquilab Zindabad".

Two of them from Amritsar walk through the protesting site holding a book on Bhagat Singh, recalling old revolutionary days.

Manpreet Singh, 21, said: "The way farmers are breaking all barriers on their way to the Singhu border to fight against the farm laws is nothing less than a revolution. All sections of society are coming forward to participate in their fight."

A sea of youngsters wearing T-shirts bearing photos of Bhagat Singh stood out in the crowd. Many had pasted photos of the freedom fighter on their cars and tractors.

Surinder Singh, 26, from Tarn Taran said the youngsters of Punjab had proved that they came from the land of revolutionaries. "The support of youngsters to the protest has turned it into a revolution. They (media) saw Khalistanis' stickers on a tractor but turned a blind eye to our revolutionary spirit," he said. Another youngster wearing a yellow turban said: "To bring in a revolution, you need grit and determination. We believe we have it in us. We will continue our fight against the three agricultural laws, and we will win."

from The Tribune

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