|The farmers movement in India, in response to the recently passed farm laws by the Government of India, continues with fervor even as it comes up on a year. Support for the agitating farmers have come from diverse groups, both from within India as well as internationally – climate activists, celebrities, and diasporic members of the Sikh and Indian communities. In this context, I interviewed Dr. Narinder Singh Kang with the goal to understand the reasons for this seemingly enthusiastic support as well as Dr. Kang’s general views on the movement. The interview was conducted via Zoom. All IRB protocols of consent were followed.|
Keywords: Punjab, Singhu border, international migration, seva, farmers movement
Photo Essay – Documenting the farmers movement with photographs from the field: An Interview with former sarpanch of Khassan, Dr. Narinder Singh Kang by Diditi Mitra
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Department of Sociology, Brookdale Community College