In Haribhoomi-INH’s special program ‘Bahar’, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi spoke about the politics going on in the farmers movement.
Haribhoomi-Inh Exclusive: In the special program of ‘Haribhoomi-INH’ discussion, ‘Editor-in-Chief Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi spoke about the politics going on in the farmers movement. For the last 85 days, the farmers’ organizations, which are fighting against the three farmers laws on the borders of Delhi, have now decided to travel to West Bengal. This announcement by farmer organizations has created a stir in political circles from Delhi to Kolkata. The TMC and BJP are already in the midst of intense rhetoric and retaliation for the West Bengal elections this year. In such a situation, now this announcement of farmer organizations has added to the atmosphere.
In the program discussion, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi had special discussions with Uttar Pradesh TMC President Neeraj Rai, Bakiu Haryana President Gurnam Singh Chadhuni, senior journalist Vinod Agnihotri and BJP leader from Bengal Naveen Mishra. During the special program discussion, these guests asked many questions …
Peasant Movement: From Border to Bengal
Rakesh Tikait warned the central government
Indian Farmers Union leader Rakesh Tikait threatened the central government for not repealing the three agricultural laws. He clearly stated that unless the agricultural laws are repealed, they will not return home. Farmers should be ready to sacrifice their standing crop for this. The government should not understand that the agitation against the laws will end because farmers will go to their villages and harvest their crops.
He further said that if the central government does not accept their demands against the new agricultural laws of the center, then the protesting farmers will agitate in West Bengal. Will tell the farmers about the agricultural law. Tikait made this statement during a mahapanchayat in Khark Punia, Haryana. The central government should not remain in any misconception. The farmers would go back to harvest the crop and then protest with their harvest. For information, let us know that elections in 294 assembly seats of West Bengal can be held in April-May this year.