Shiv Sena said in an editorial in its mouthpiece Samana that despite eight rounds of talks between Union ministers and farmers, no results were forthcoming. The government is not interested in this. The government is doing politics and the peasant movement must continue.
The Shiv Sena on Wednesday alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party-led central government was politicizing the anti-agriculture farm law against the agriculture law. Shiv Sena, a former ally of the BJP, complained, “The central government does not want to solve the problems of the farmers and is holding meetings with them.”
The Shiv Sena, through its mouthpiece Samana, has said that 50 farmers have died so far in the winter in Delhi, but they are not ready to back down without repealing the agriculture law. In the editorial, the party said, “Despite eight-stage discussions between the Union Ministers and the farmers, no results have been found.” The government is not interested in this. The government is doing politics and the peasant movement must continue.
The party said, ‘Delhi is very cold and it has been raining for three days. Water has entered the farmers’ tents. Their clothes and beds are wet, but the farmers are not ready to go back. They are adamant in demanding the repeal of these laws. The party said that in the eyes of the government, the abandonment of farmers is not worth it. The editorial further said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should have intervened to resolve the issue.
The party said, “If the government had any spirit, the agricultural law would have been repealed and this disturbance of peasant life would have been stopped immediately.”
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After Monday’s meeting, Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar said, “Even after eight-point talks, the two sides have not reached a solution because the farmers’ organizations are ‘adamant’ in demanding the repeal of these laws.” Huh. ‘
Rakesh Tikait, a spokesman for the Indian Farmers’ Union, recently claimed that a total of 0 farmers had lost their lives in the agitation. He said that one farmer dies every 16 hours and it is the responsibility of the government to respond.