- The farmers decided to intensify the movement by rejecting the proposal of the central government
- Proposal passed to get Jio’s mobile SIM port in protesters’ panchayat
- Farmer leaders fear that the agitators should not come to chaos
- BKU leader Gurnam Singh cautions Jat agitation protesters
Farmer leaders are worried that their mistake may not result in the same fate as the Jat movement. They feel that if even a small part of the agitators become aggressive and move towards sabotage, violence and anarchy, the peasant movement will collapse. In fact, among the three major decisions taken in the Panchayat of agitating farmers, Reliance Jio’s mobile SIM port was included in the number one. In such a situation, farmer leaders are fearing that the protesters may get angry and harm the Reliance malls, petrol pumps or other establishments.
BKU leader’s warning
This is the reason that Haryana’s farmer leader and Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) state president Gurnam Singh has appealed to the protesters not to sabotage them, to avoid rumors and only three were taken on the committee of farmers’ representatives Execute decisions only. He expressed apprehension that some people are trying to break the movement by spreading rumors. He alerted the farmers who came on the movement and said that if the Jat movement does not get the fate of the farmers movement, then the protesters should not sabotage. Through a video message, he appealed to farmers across the country to protest in a peaceful manner.
Agitators should be limited to three decisions: Gurnam
He said, “Three decisions have been taken to carry forward the movement in our panchayat.” These decisions are: 1. Reliance’s seam has to be ported 2. All the toll-free has to be done across the country from 9 am to 12 pm and no road jam is to be done. 3. There is a sit-in at all district headquarters on December 14 across the country. “We have received complaints that some people are spreading rumors on their free will to cut Reliance’s towers, close Reliance’s malls or do something else there,” said Chaduni.
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Fear Gurnam, may the Jat movement not come to an end
Appealing to the protesters not to take note of these rumors, he said, “My request is that this movement should not be broken and its fate should not be like the Jat movement, so do not take any such step.” Wants to get it done. He appealed to the farmers to do as much work as the committee asked for. Chaduni appealed to the protesters to follow only the orders and instructions given by the committee. He said, “Whoever sabotages or arson during the movement will not be our man, he will be captured and handed over to the police.”
Agitating anger against Ambani-Adani among protesting farmers
It should be noted that among the protesting farmers, there is a lot of anger against two of the country’s leading industrialists – Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani. They believe that both these industrialists are eyeing the land of the farmers as they are looking for their business in the agricultural industry. On December 9, when the farmer leaders rejected the government’s proposal to amend the new agricultural laws, on this occasion, the farmer leader Jungveer Singh said, “We will boycott establishments and services owned by Adani and Ambani.”
Ambani-Adani appeal for boycott of goods
At the same time, in Palwan village of Jind district of Haryana, on Thursday, women and farmers played bean in front of buffalo in protest against the new agricultural laws of the central government. Then the farmer leader and general secretary of Khap Panchayat Azad Palawan said that we will boycott Ambani and Adani goods. Apart from the people of Khap, farmers all over the country should boycott Ambani and Adani goods. He said that whatever decisions have been taken by the farmer leaders sitting on the Delhi border, including making the highways toll free on December 12, gheraoing BJP leaders.
Farmers will boycott all Reliance products, malls, petrol pumps!
Meanwhile, farmer leader Baldev Singh Sirsa, in a conversation with news agency IANS, on Thursday talked about boycott of all Reliance establishments. When he was asked that since you have already rejected the proposal extended by the central government, what is the action plan now? So Sirsa said, “Our action plan is very clear, we started protesting in a peaceful manner, we are doing it in a peaceful manner and it will continue in the same way in the future. As far as the action plan is concerned, we have come to Delhi.” , ‘Chalo Delhi’, under which we will close the Delhi-Jaipur highway by 12 December, while on 14 December, protests will start in the district campuses and those who cannot reach Delhi will protest from there. In addition, we will boycott all Reliance products and malls and petrol pumps including Jio. We will cordon the houses of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ministers across the country. ”
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Adani Group clarifies
Meanwhile, amidst the farmers’ protests echoing her name, the Adani group has said that she neither buys food nor fixes the price of food grains from farmers. The company involved in this trade related to the port to energy business said that it develops and operates grain storage silos only for the Food Corporation of India (FCI). In a statement posted on its Twitter handle, it said, “The company has no role in deciding the quantity of storage and pricing of grains as it is a service and infrastructure provider company only for FCI.”
Farmers on the road since 16 days against three new agricultural laws
Explain that the Farmers’ Organization repealed three new laws implemented by the Central Government, Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act 2020, Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Price Assurance and Agricultural Services Agreement Act 2020 and Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act 2020. Asking to have it done. For this, they have been standing on the Delhi borders since 26 November for the last 14 days.
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