Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, February 12
The PG Department of Punjabi from Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, Jalandhar, organised a kavi darbar titled ‘Kisan Andolan De Sandarb Vich’ to support the nationwide protest of farmers on the campus here today.
Principal Dr Navjot Kaur, in her address, saluted the courage of the 80-year-old mothers who are determined, are standing shoulder to shoulder holding the kisan unions’ flags and are leading the agitation. She also demanded that the government should scrap such black laws.
The initial recital was by Dr Mukhvir Singh who pondered that the human existence has been degraded to the size of ants. Prof Navroop recited poem on the rebellion of peace loving Indian farmers which has set an example for the whole world. Prof Sandeep Singh recited poem on the pitiful condition of farmers while Prof Kuljit recited a poem dedicated to Indian farmers.
Dr Tejinder Kaur also recited a poem on celebration of Indian farmer’s strength, positive outlook and courage. Prof Seema Jain recited a cry about the exploitation of farmers. Dr. Amardeep Deol presented an emotional outburst in the form of a satire on rulers who exploit the poor farmers. Dr Ram Murti’s poem commented on short sightedness cruelty and cheap tactics of powerful rulers.
Sant Sandhu presented a metaphorical poem in which he challenged the policies of the government. The poets beautifully expressed their emotions and feelings in melodious words. The audience was enthralled and kept in flowing with the speakers and poets. The stage was conducted by Dr Akal Amrit Kaur, Head, PG Department of Punjabi.