Editorial

Peasant Movement- Loss in Government’s Intentions

Last Monday, the 7th meeting of the government representatives on agricultural laws with the farmers’ leaders was as fruitless as the previous meetings. The next meeting will be on January 8. Government representatives Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar and other ministers kept repeating their views on amending the agriculture laws. It seems that the government representatives have no right to accept any demand of the farmers on their own. Those above him, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, No agreement can be reached with the farmers without the consent of the government. Farmer leaders say the government representatives have lost morally and the three agriculture laws are not being repealed due to the government’s loyalty to corporates. In fact, the government wants the agitation to be prolonged and the farmers to be exhausted and go home exhausted. The government wants to discourage the agitating farmers on the borders of Delhi on the cold nights of Poh. The government is afraid to take action against the millions of farmers and other sections of the population.

Boota Singh Basi

President & Chief Editor

There is no possibility of returning under any circumstances without complying with the demands. It has become a battle of Rs. People have understood that with the implementation of laws, farmers will be affected and they will not survive. Inflation will drive Kachummar out. Consumers will be helpless when it comes to food grains and other food items. The faster the inflation rises, the more they will be crushed in the mill of inflation due to non-increase in income. Already, people’s incomes have not only stagnated but also declined. Corona strikes on government policies have shocked people. As a result, most people are unable to pay their children’s fees. They have had to remove children from private schools and enroll them in government schools. Only people in government jobs or in senior positions in private companies are able to do so to some extent, but with the implementation of agriculture laws, these people will not be able to survive. So the general shopkeeper, Small scale workers, industrial workers, farm laborers, government employees, ex-servicemen, every section of the society stands shoulder to shoulder with the farmers. Immigrants living abroad also stand by the farmers. That is why the agitators are not running out of food. Apart from trolleys, roadside tents have taken the form of houses. There is no shortage of beds, no shortage of rations and other necessities. The agitation which started from Punjab has today become an agitation of the whole of India. The people of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are the main part of the agitation, while the people of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh are also spending days and nights on the borders of Delhi. Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Millions of people are sitting on all the roads from Haryana and Punjab to Delhi. So far more than 50 farmers have been killed but the Prime Minister is silent. The government is not bothered by the toss. On the contrary, he is trying to derail the movement. So far 7 meetings have been held but the achievement will be zero. During the 6th meeting an agreement was reached on the Pollution Act (a fine of Rs. 1 crore for burning straw) and the Electricity Act. The farmers have not yet received anything in writing about that either. The government is trying to propagate to the people that it is ready for a compromise but the farmers are adamant. The government had earlier tried to thwart the agitation by making statements in favor of three agricultural laws through so-called farmers’ organizations. He tried unsuccessfully to stop the Khalistanis from attacking the farmers. Later, she tried to disguise herself as a Maoist but due to the awareness of the farmers, she could not succeed in her intention. Leaders of farmers’ organizations will have to be very vigilant in the future as well. Vigilance is needed at every level for the peaceful conduct of the movement. Farmers’ organizations in Punjab have called for a boycott of Geo SIM but we feel that disconnecting the towers is the wrong way to go. Similarly, incidents like throwing cow dung in the homes of BJP leaders are provocative acts which should be avoided. BJP leaders logically Defeat, not take action. If there is a disturbance in Punjab, the Center may have an excuse to take direct action. She can impose presidential rule in the state. It is to the great advantage of the peasant movement that the Punjab Government stands by them. Therefore, provocative statements or actions should be avoided. The peaceful movement that has been going on so far should not be allowed to ignite the applause that has been received all over the world, including India. This is the secret of the success of the movement. The government will one day be forced to give up. It is not a possibility but a line on a rock. He should not be allowed to catch fire. This is the secret of the success of the movement. The government will one day be forced to give up. It is not a possibility but a line on a rock. He should not be allowed to catch fire. This is the secret of the success of the movement. The government will one day be forced to give up. It is not a possibility but a line on a rock. He should not be allowed to catch fire. This is the secret of the success of the movement. The government will one day be forced to give up. It is not a possibility but a line on a rock. He should not be allowed to catch fire. This is the secret of the success of the movement. The government will one day be forced to give up. It is not a possibility but a line on a rock.