Farmers Protest 100 Days: 'Annadata hai arrogance will crush you', Congress attacks BJP in a shaire style
Saturday is the 100th day of farmers' protests against the three new farm laws of the Center. The farmers have been protesting continuously since November last year and in their support, the opposition party Congress (Congress) is attacking the central government. He has described the arrogance of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the completion of 100 days of the Kisan agitation and has said in a poignant manner that his ego will go to waste.
The Congress tweeted on Saturday, writing, 'Be ego-stricken, why should you be so proud? There is a farmer in front, his life is on the palm. What do you want, they will be afraid of tricks. Annadata, the ego will crush you. Along with the tweet, Congress has also released a video. At the same time, another tweet said, 'The Annadata of the country is struggling on the borders of Delhi for the last 100 days. But the dumb-deaf dictatorial regime is not ready to listen to the voice of the Annadata. This dictatorial attitude of the government will be remembered.
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi tweeted, saying, 'whose sons, their sons, have laid nails for them on the border of Delhi. Annadata asks for rights, government should be tortured! ' For the past three months, a large number of farmers from different parts of the country have been living in the three borders of Delhi, Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur. These farmers mainly include farmers from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.
Farmers claim, the movement is not ending
Farmer leaders said that their movement is not going to end and they are "growing strongly". This long movement has given a message of unity and has "once again brought the farmers to the fore" and has made a comeback in the political scenario of the country. Rakesh Tikait of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) said that they are ready to continue the demonstration as long as needed. Until the government hears us, does not meet our demands, we will not move away from here.
Government and farmers did not reach agreement despite negotiations
Despite several rounds of negotiations between the government and the farmers' unions, the two sides have not yet reached any agreement and the farmers have refused to step back until the repeal of the three laws. The Center is presenting these three agricultural laws made in September as a major reform in the agricultural sector, which will eliminate middlemen and farmers will be able to sell their produce anywhere in the country. On the other hand, the protesting farmers have expressed apprehension that the new laws will end the protection of the minimum support price (MSP) and mandi system, which will make them dependent on the mercy of big corporates.
There is talk on MSP's legal guarantee
Two of the four demands of farmers - increase in electricity prices, withdrawal of fines on burning back and stubble burning - were agreed in January, but talk of repealing all three agricultural laws and legal guarantee of MSP is still pending. According to farmer leaders, however, this movement, which is completing 100 days on Saturday, has earned more than the immediate performance. He says that it has instilled a sense of solidarity among farmers across the country and has recognized the contribution of women in farming.