Talks of conspiracy by the police and the disrepute caused by Tuesday’s unruly incidents seem to have made the farmers' resolve stronger.
Violence erupted near the ITO area of the national capital as tractors driven by protestors tried to scare and even run over police personnel deployed in the area.
Farmers of all ages, some who had never cooked before as they always relied on their wives’ cooking, have mastered the art of making roti and sabzi at the Tikri protest site.
For another 65-year-old farmer, the rally was a reply to the ‘torture’ unleashed by the government on its farmers.
The Ghazipur-Delhi border is the third major protest site of the farmers protesting against three farm laws. The border has become a hub of protestors mostly from Uttar Pradesh.
The presence of women protesters was somewhat limited at the Tikri border on Tuesday, but their resilience was palpable.