Ever since the three new agricultural laws have been passed in the Indian Parliament, Indian farmers have been sitting on a dharna. However, many farmers across states are also in support of the new agricultural bills. The government is stubborn about withdrawing the laws, reiterating that the laws cannot be amended. On the other hand, the farmers are adamant on their word. Courts are also worried about no consensus being reached between the government and farmer unions.
In such a cold winter, children are on the roads, holding protests against the laws. It is a matter of concern that all farmers are being embarrassed due to some anti-social elements among them. Even before the decision of Kot came out, leaders of farmer unions have refused to accept its decisions. Then how can we find a middle ground?
Have the anti-social elements infiltrated the peasant movement and caused chaos? This should also be considered and the government should pay attention to the meeting of the Chief Minister of Haryana, Mr Manohar Lal Khattar, with the agitators who vandalised the lathi-pole and you all must have seen the video of it.
President of Bharat Kisan Union Gurnam Singh Chadni has taken responsibility for this violence. The Leader sitting in Opposition is very well engaged in setting the violence on fire. So far, 1,500 mobile towers have been broken by the agitators. In the name of the agitation bill, some people were seen walking around in posters of Bhindranwala, demanding Khalistan. Books of martyr A Khalistan, who glorified Jarnail Singh Bhindranwala, were distributed during the last agitation movement.
Dirty slogans were raised and openly supported Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. If this chaotic element goes on spreading its feet, then it will be difficult to stop them. It is the responsibility of farmer leaders to hand over such people to the police. The government should also identify and remove such people.
Written by: Ayushksdup, Gorakhpur Division