Demonstration of farmers against the new agricultural laws is going on. Today, farmers have called off India in this episode. Farmers are busy in large numbers on the Indus border of Delhi and today is the 13th day of their performance here. The farmers have come here with full arrangements. Some farmers are also with the family.
The 12-year-old Bir is also on the Indus border. His eyes have a different glow. Bir farmer is participating in the movement with his father, so his education is also going on here. Along with studies, he also serves the farmers of his batch.
Bir is a seventh-grader at St. Jude’s Convent School in Jalandhar. Studies are going on online. But here there is neither a laptop, nor a table-chair, so Bir completes all the school work on mobile.
The story of Bir is really a story of a brave boy. On 25 November, when a batch of farmers came out of his village Talwan near Jalandhar, Bir told his father that he too would go to Delhi with him and he reached Delhi. Bir told, “I want to grow up and become a farmer. Modi ji has passed such laws which are against the farmer, they make us weak, so I came with Papa ji, I will bring new technology to my village, will cultivate in a new way. ”
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