Punjabi singer Harbhajan Mann has once again proved that he stands united with the farmers protesting across Punjab and on the Delhi borders against the three black farm laws.

Mann has further asserted that he along with the Punjabi music industry will continue to support the farmers’ movement until their demands are met by the Centre.

The famous singer joined the ongoing farmers’ protest near Gurudwara Singh Shaheedan, Mohali to give moral support to them. Notably, the adamant farmers’ there have been sitting on hunger strike for a month against the three contentiously passed farm laws.

While talking to farmers, Maan said, “Punjabi singers and songs exist because of farmers. We are because of farmers.”

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The famous Punjabi singer has also joined the movement at the Delhi borders for quite a many times and he said his heart fills with pride to see peaceful movement and the supporters carrying flags in their hands at the significant spots of Chandigarh and Mohali every evening to remind others and the government that movement is still on.

The government should take immediate steps to repeal the farm laws as the farmers have had to protest in the spine chilling cold and now in the scorching heat, he added.

Mann further said, “The Centre must settle the matter by scheduling meetings and understanding the demands of farmers.”

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