Leaders of Farmers Protests in Delhi: These Faces Mounting Heavy Pressure on Narendra Modi Govt Over New Agriculture LawsOn December 6, 2020 by admin
Farmer leaders showed their attitude in conversation with the Center
Farmer leaders have held five rounds of talks with the central government, but the result has been cipher. The next meeting is on 9 December. All the meetings held till date have been very high. There have been many instances when Union ministers had to face the anger of farmer leaders. During the fifth round meeting on Saturday, the deadlock increased so much that discussions could not be held for an hour and a half. Farmer leaders were on ‘silent fast’ for about an hour. The three sought answers in their yes or no to their main demand for withdrawal of new agricultural laws. Some of the farmer leaders present in the meeting were seen holding the finger on their lips and holding the paper written ‘yes’ or ‘no’. Earlier in the meeting, farmer leaders refused to take government food and water. They took their food with them. Farmers organizations have also called Bharat Bandh on 9 December. In all, every effort is being made to put pressure on the government.
Farmer leaders took their food to the meeting
Dr. Darshan Pal in front of opposition to new laws
Dr. Darshan Pal, 70 years old, has been at the center of the entire Kisan movement. He is the Punjab President of the Revolutionary Kisan Union and is an important link to the government. Like Patiala, Pal is also among the peasant leaders who have been opposing this move of the Center since June. Pal, who left his government job in 2002 to take up farming, has become the president of the Punjab unit of the union this year. He is also a member of the Working Group of the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee.
Jagmohan Singh Patiala: The responsibility of bringing everyone together
Patiala Trend Acupuncturist is 64 years old. Has worked in the cooperative department with the Punjab government. At first he was a member of Bhakiyu but separated about 15 years ago. He had been opposing new changes in agriculture since June. Patiala has an important role in bringing various farmer organizations together on this issue.
Baldev Singh Sirsa leads farmers in talks with Center
Baldev Singh leads the peasant movement on the Sindhu border of Sirsa Delhi. He is included in the team of farmers negotiating with the government. He has been consistently opposing the new provisions. In a conversation with ANI, he said that he does not want to amend the law, but wants to end the law.
Joginder Singh Ugrahan
Joginder Singh Ugrahan is one of the largest peasant leaders of Punjab. He is known for his tough stance on farmer issues. After retiring from the army, he started his organization in 2002 on the lines of the Bharatiya Kisan Union. He is spearheading the protests against the new agricultural laws in Punjab.
Balbir Singh Rajewal is an expert in Negotiation
Rajewal has his own personality in Punjab. He separated from the Indian Farmers Union in the 90s. The special thing is that he had prepared the constitution of Bhakiyu. He has a very strong hold on the agricultural sector of Punjab and he can be said to be the brain behind this entire movement. He is known for effectively keeping the point of farmers and is playing an important role in negotiation with Union Ministers.
Rakesh Tikait is the President of Indian Farmers Union
Rakesh Tikait is the son of Mahendra Singh Tikait, a prominent farmer leader. He is the spokesperson of the Indian Farmers Union, which has considerable hold in western Uttar Pradesh. Tikait is camping in Delhi on behalf of the farmers of Uttar Pradesh.
Buta Singh is adamant on returning the law
Buta Singh, National President of Kisan Ekta Manch is also one of the farmers leaders interacting with the Center. He said after the initial meetings with the government that “we have made it clear that the law should be returned and the picket will end here”. Singh is one of those leaders who does not seem to be in a soft mood at all.
Satnam Singh Pannu has supported the entire movement
Satnam Singh Pannu is the face of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti in Punjab. Pannu, 65, has been raising voice for landless farmers for many years. Starting from the village and block level, their union has made inroads between youth and women. His organization is not among the 31 organizations that were leading this movement from the beginning, but is supporting it.
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