‘Tent City’ Comes up at Protesting Farmers site Singhu Border area

The dipping temperature and more women joining the farmers in protesting against new farm laws has turned the petrol pump at Singhu border into a makeshift ‘tent city’.

From 50 tents on December 12 the number has already crossed 200. 

• A tent is available upon providing a refundable security fee of Rs 1,000,

• Open to booking with no fixed check-out time. Check-in time is fixed at 6 pm

• They come in three different sizes – for two, three or five adults along with children.

The water-proof tents, given by NGO Hemkunt Foundation, come with a set of mattress and blanket. Also, the petrol pump owner who readily agreed to provide space for tents. Also, water for bathing is provided & a facility for charging phones or laptops too.

Source: The Tribune