Kisan agitation becomes costly for BJP in Haryana, Khattar gets expensive resentment A large number of farmers reached the venue before the Mahapanchayat and vandalized it. Water splashes and tear gas shells also had no effect on the peasant protesters.
Kisan agitation becomes costly for BJP in Haryana, Khattar gets expensive resentment A large number of farmers reached the venue before the Mahapanchayat and vandalized it. Water splashes and tear gas shells also had no effect on the peasant protesters.The resentment of farmers towards the three agricultural laws passed by the central government is becoming a problem for the BJP in Haryana. Due to the farmers’ displeasure on Sunday, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar could not organize a mahapanchayat in Kaimla village in Karnal district. In this case FIR has been registered against 71 people. They have been accused of causing damage to public property. Also read: Farmer movement: Sitaram Yechury and D. Raja will meet Sharad Pawar in Delhi today A large number of farmers reached the venue before the Mahapanchayat and vandalized it. Water splashes and tear gas shells also had no effect on the peasant protesters. Khattar’s program was eventually canceled as the stage was damaged. However, later in a conversation with the media, Khattar criticized the Congress and the Communist Party for this and said that both these parties had their hands in the sabotage. On the other hand, experts say that farmers’ displeasure is now proving to be costly for the BJP in Haryana. 4 Due to this the Mahapanchayat had to cancel Chief Minister Khattar was going to explain the benefits of the agricultural laws of the central government in this peasant mahapanchayat to be held in Kaimla village of Karnal district. Angry at the attitude of the central government towards the peasant movement, the farmers, before the start of the mahapanchayat, vandalized the Khattar for canceling the panchayat. The farmers are very angry with the neglectful attitude of the Central Government towards the movement that has been going on for many days on the borders of Delhi. After the mahapanchayat was canceled, BJP leader Raman Mallick said that the farmers had a scuffle at the behest of BKU leader Gurnam Singh Charuni, which led to the cancellation of the program. Farmers outnumber policemen Under the aegis of Bharatiya Kisan Union (Charuni), it was already announced on behalf of the farmers that they would not allow the farmers to hold mahapanchayat under any circumstances. Farmers are adamant on demanding the repeal of three agricultural laws. The farmers shouted slogans against the BJP-led government with black flags and took out a march towards Kaimla village. There was so much anger among the farmers towards the government that despite the policemen stopping, the protesters did not consider the farmers and they took the stage. It can be understood that the resentment of farmers towards the BJP government is increasing continuously. Khattar targeted Congress and Left Later, talking to the media, Khattar blamed the Congress and the Communist Party for the entire development. He said that the Congress and the Left parties are engaged in trying to regain their lost land under the guise of the peasant movement. He also targeted BKU leader Gurnam Singh Charuni. He said that the administration had also spoken to the protesting farmers and they had agreed to make a symbolic protest. Despite this, some people vandalized and forced the administration to cancel the Mahapanchayat program. Congress reminded about emergency The Chief Minister of Haryana said that it is not proper to stop anyone from speaking or to interrupt any program. The Congress had conspired to end democracy in 1975 and at that time the people had punished the Congress for this abominable act and got it out of power. Now once again some people are trying to force themselves and this step cannot be considered appropriate. Also read: Madcap roaming around the city carrying a car, shot 7 people in different places Displeasure caused by farmers organizations increased Political experts say that the unhappiness of the farmers organizations is increasing continuously due to the Central Government not repealing the three agricultural laws. Farmers’ organizations in Haryana are very strong and farmers have shown their strength by forcing the Chief Minister to cancel his program. In fact, the peasant movement is becoming a big problem for the BJP in Haryana. Now everyone’s eyes are on the conversation between the Center and the farmers’ organizations on 15 January. It will be seen whether the government is able to convince the farmer organizations in the ninth round of talks between the government and the farmers’ organizations.