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Powerful Photos From Farmers' Protest: No Longer Just A Protest, It’s A Revolution In Progress

Images that will take you into the ongoing Farmer’s Protest.

The massive agitation by farmers against the new farm laws has stretched to over 40 days, but two things that they haven't run out of are food and an unwavering spirit.

An estimate of 3,00,000 people sitting at the doorsteps of Delhi is the greatest upsurge of common individuals to challenge the might of the BJP in the nearly seven years of its ruling term. It is an organic social movement, neither driven nor sponsored by any other political party, something that India has not witnessed in decades.

Aggrieved farmers, mostly drawn from Punjab are being accompanied by more farmers and people from the other states with each passing day, not just repealing farm laws but also questioning the increasing centralization of decision making in a federal structure, lack of consultations with stakeholders on the ground, including subjects such as land.

An elderly farmer speaking slogans at the Delhi-Haryana border. (Source: AP)
A farmer covers his face as he is covered in a fumigation cloud sprayed by a municipal worker at the site of a protest against new farm laws at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh state border. (Source: AP)
An elderly farmer argues with policemen standing by a barricade as they attempt to move towards Delhi, at the border between Delhi and Haryana. (Source: AP)
Protesting farmers prepare their evening meal at the back of their tractor-trolley at the Delhi-Haryana. (Source: AP)
Farmers sit in their tractor-trolley parked on a highway at the Delhi-Haryana Border. (Source: AP)
Protesting farmers cook an evening meal by their tractor-trolley parked on a highway at the Delhi-Haryana Border. (Source: AP)
Farmers on their way to Tikri border during a tractor rally. (Source: PTI)
Protesting farmers remove a concrete barricade set up by policemen. (Source: AP)
Hiraganas Singh Sandhu, a bodybuilding champion, displays his citations as he joins farmers protesting on a highway at the Singhu border. (Source: AP)
Farmers during their protest at the Ghazipur Border, New Delhi. (Source: PTI)

This is not just a protest anymore, it's a revolution in progress. It’s peaceful and inspirational. Everyone is a leader here. Most importantly, there’s hope. Hope for a better tomorrow.

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Powerful Photos From Farmers' Protest: No Longer Just A Protest, It’s A Revolution In Progress

Images that will take you into the ongoing Farmer’s Protest.

The massive agitation by farmers against the new farm laws has stretched to over 40 days, but two things that they haven't run out of are food and an unwavering spirit.

An estimate of 3,00,000 people sitting at the doorsteps of Delhi is the greatest upsurge of common individuals to challenge the might of the BJP in the nearly seven years of its ruling term. It is an organic social movement, neither driven nor sponsored by any other political party, something that India has not witnessed in decades.

Aggrieved farmers, mostly drawn from Punjab are being accompanied by more farmers and people from the other states with each passing day, not just repealing farm laws but also questioning the increasing centralization of decision making in a federal structure, lack of consultations with stakeholders on the ground, including subjects such as land.

An elderly farmer speaking slogans at the Delhi-Haryana border. (Source: AP)
A farmer covers his face as he is covered in a fumigation cloud sprayed by a municipal worker at the site of a protest against new farm laws at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh state border. (Source: AP)
An elderly farmer argues with policemen standing by a barricade as they attempt to move towards Delhi, at the border between Delhi and Haryana. (Source: AP)
Protesting farmers prepare their evening meal at the back of their tractor-trolley at the Delhi-Haryana. (Source: AP)
Farmers sit in their tractor-trolley parked on a highway at the Delhi-Haryana Border. (Source: AP)
Protesting farmers cook an evening meal by their tractor-trolley parked on a highway at the Delhi-Haryana Border. (Source: AP)
Farmers on their way to Tikri border during a tractor rally. (Source: PTI)
Protesting farmers remove a concrete barricade set up by policemen. (Source: AP)
Hiraganas Singh Sandhu, a bodybuilding champion, displays his citations as he joins farmers protesting on a highway at the Singhu border. (Source: AP)
Farmers during their protest at the Ghazipur Border, New Delhi. (Source: PTI)

This is not just a protest anymore, it's a revolution in progress. It’s peaceful and inspirational. Everyone is a leader here. Most importantly, there’s hope. Hope for a better tomorrow.

Trends

Powerful Photos From Farmers' Protest: No Longer Just A Protest, It’s A Revolution In Progress

Images that will take you into the ongoing Farmer’s Protest.

The massive agitation by farmers against the new farm laws has stretched to over 40 days, but two things that they haven't run out of are food and an unwavering spirit.

An estimate of 3,00,000 people sitting at the doorsteps of Delhi is the greatest upsurge of common individuals to challenge the might of the BJP in the nearly seven years of its ruling term. It is an organic social movement, neither driven nor sponsored by any other political party, something that India has not witnessed in decades.

Aggrieved farmers, mostly drawn from Punjab are being accompanied by more farmers and people from the other states with each passing day, not just repealing farm laws but also questioning the increasing centralization of decision making in a federal structure, lack of consultations with stakeholders on the ground, including subjects such as land.

An elderly farmer speaking slogans at the Delhi-Haryana border. (Source: AP)
A farmer covers his face as he is covered in a fumigation cloud sprayed by a municipal worker at the site of a protest against new farm laws at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh state border. (Source: AP)
An elderly farmer argues with policemen standing by a barricade as they attempt to move towards Delhi, at the border between Delhi and Haryana. (Source: AP)
Protesting farmers prepare their evening meal at the back of their tractor-trolley at the Delhi-Haryana. (Source: AP)
Farmers sit in their tractor-trolley parked on a highway at the Delhi-Haryana Border. (Source: AP)
Protesting farmers cook an evening meal by their tractor-trolley parked on a highway at the Delhi-Haryana Border. (Source: AP)
Farmers on their way to Tikri border during a tractor rally. (Source: PTI)
Protesting farmers remove a concrete barricade set up by policemen. (Source: AP)
Hiraganas Singh Sandhu, a bodybuilding champion, displays his citations as he joins farmers protesting on a highway at the Singhu border. (Source: AP)
Farmers during their protest at the Ghazipur Border, New Delhi. (Source: PTI)

This is not just a protest anymore, it's a revolution in progress. It’s peaceful and inspirational. Everyone is a leader here. Most importantly, there’s hope. Hope for a better tomorrow.

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