Duo gives mosquito reels to protesting farmers on the Delhi border – The New Indian Specific


By Express message service

NEW DELHI: Support is available in different forms and from several sides – through medical camps, langars and warm clothing.

And then there are those who distribute mosquito coils to the protesting farmers on the Singhu border.

Sahab Singh brought 12 boxes with 60 mosquito coils each from the village of Chetanpura in the Amritsar district of Punjab.

The 36-year-old and his friend Surmail Singh have come to the Singhu border to save the protesting farmers from mosquitos.

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“Everyone brings something. We brought ‘Kachua Chap’ (mosquito coils) with us after many farmers complained about mosquitoes, ”says Sahab Singh, who is also a farmer.

During the afternoon, the two friends sit in their car and hold packages with mosquito coils in their hands.

‘Kachua jalao, macchar bhagao’ (light the coils, repel mosquitoes) ”, shouts Sahab Singh over the loudspeaker.

Surmail Singh, 26, says the farmers camp outside and there are open drains that are breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

“We started distributing the mosquito coils an hour ago and one box is already empty,” says Surmail Singh.


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