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Farmers have been protesting on Delhi’s borders since November 26 to oppose the new farming laws. The photo is of Singhu Border.
Today is the 21st day of the farmers’ movement against agricultural laws. The petition seeking removal of farmers from Delhi’s borders will be heard in the Supreme Court today. The application was made by law student Habshabh Sharma. He says the public is upset that the roads are jammed due to the peasant movement. The risk of corona has also increased due to the lack of social distance in places.
UP’s Khap Panchayats support the farmers’ movement
Many Khap people from Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh have supported the movement. The Khapas will join the demonstration on December 17 on the borders of Delhi. Akhil Khap Council Secretary Subhash Balya gave this information. Here, farmers’ organizations have said they will completely block the Chila border between Delhi and Noida today.
Modi said – the government will remove every doubt of the farmers
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said during his visit to Gujarat that the Opposition was conspiring to mislead farmers. They are afraid that others will take over the farmers’ land. If a dairyman contracts to take milk, does he also take the animal? He assured that the government is ready to remove every suspicion. Modi also met Sikh organizations in Gujarat.
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Until December 9, the central government was on the backfoot with the peasant movement, but is now taking the next step and taking an aggressive stance. Work is underway on 3 plans to end the movement.
Strategy: By the night of December 8, the government itself had called the organizations for negotiations, but the 9th became aggressive after rejecting the proposal. The message was that we are ready, farmers are not sending proposals. This is an attempt by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to meet the Sikh community in Gujarat to send a message to the agitating Sikh community in Delhi, as there are a large number of Sikhs in the movement.
Politics: This issue is being raised against the farmer. Those who are agitating get tired of waiting and there are plans to build a large army of people who support the law. MPs / MLAs across the country have been tasked with compiling a list of people who are willing to support. In the last 5 days, 16 organizations have also collected support. AIKCC farmer leaders VM Singh and Bakiu Bhanu have been brought to his side. The challenge facing the United Front is how to keep everyone one.
Atmosphere: At the beginning of the movement, farmers and organizations from every state were reaching out for support. Over the past week, the government has focused on changing the climate. From Union Ministers to MPs, MLAs have entered the fray. Ministers are constantly appearing before the media and then MPs and MLAs are coming out and explaining to the farmers. At the same time, a major campaign has been launched on social media, which is the duty of all spokespersons and leaders who are active on social media. Videos have been put up on social media for the benefits of changing agricultural laws and the environment.