Kisan Andolan: Farmers will gather in Delhi again in July, will make strategy to harm BJP in Uttar Pradesh elections

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Kisan Andolan: According to farmer leaders, soon a meeting of all the organizations will also be held on the Singhu border regarding the questions of how farmers from all the states will come to Delhi, how to create a movement again on the borders of Delhi and what is the next strategy.

On one hand in the country where the second wave of corona epidemic has started to stop. The states are beginning to unlock once again. In such a situation, farmers’ organizations have again started preparing to intensify the movement on the borders of Delhi. In this connection, farmers across the country will gherao the houses of BJP MLAs and MPs on June 5. They will also register a protest by burning copies of agricultural laws. The farmers’ movement is gaining momentum at a time when the assembly elections in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh are less than a year away.

According to the information received by An India News, farmers’ organizations will first organize these agitations across the country on June 5. After this, farmers from all the states will be called to the borders of Delhi. According to farmer leaders, the process of unlocking has started in many states including Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra. Delhi is also slowly getting unlocked. In such a situation, farmers will no longer have any problem coming to Delhi. Because due to the lockdown, farmers were facing problems in coming to Delhi. Now gradually the way for the movement is being cleared as the situation is gradually returning to normal. Farmers will be able to reach the protest site easily through buses, trains, and their vehicles.

According to farmer leaders, soon a meeting of all the organizations will also be held on the Singhu border regarding the questions of how farmers from all the states will come to Delhi, how to create a movement again on the borders of Delhi, and what should be the next strategy. The farmers also want to intensify the movement again because there is very little time left for the assembly elections in many states including Uttar Pradesh. In such a situation, if the movement intensifies, then the BJP is sure to suffer. The farmers claim that this time they will die only by bowing down to the government.

Farmer leaders say that the sowing of paddy will be completed in Punjab and Haryana by the end of June. With the first rains in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh, the sowing of the Kharif crop will also start at a fast pace. Rapid sowing will happen with the first rain in all the states. Then farmers will start gathering in Delhi.

The impact of the ongoing farmers’ movement on the borders of Delhi will also be visible in the upcoming Punjab, Haryana assembly elections. Recently, Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait had said that the farmers’ movement will have a huge impact on the Uttar Pradesh elections. The results of the three-tier panchayat elections are making the BJP government think to change its strategy and leaders. If they don’t change now, they will have to bear the heavy consequences.

He had said that the agitation against agriculture laws, which has been going on for the last six months, will continue. The movement can go on for the next two years also. The Modi government at the Center is not run by the BJP, but by big companies. That is why BJP leaders are not able to talk to the farmers. They have no right to speak. BJP leaders are in a way ‘observant’. The farmers’ movement will go on for a long time. The rain is about to come, so the agitating farmers will build pucca houses instead of huts.

Several rounds of talks between farmers’ organizations and the Government of India on the issue of agricultural legislation have been fruitless. The government had asked the farmers’ organizations to postpone the agricultural laws for some time, but the farmers’ organizations did not agree to that either. Since then, a strict stand has been adopted from both sides. Although the farmers had proposed for discussion with the government going forward, there was no response from the government. Since January 22, talks with the government on this issue have been closed.

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