new Delhi. The agitation of farmers on the issue of agricultural law is about to intensify. Farmer organizations have set the roadmap for the battle ahead. From December 12 to December 14, the Bharatiya Kisan Union has set the outline of the movement. Indian Farmers Union chief Balbir S. Rajewal said on Friday that ‘On December 12, we will block the Delhi-Jaipur road. On the 14th, we will protest in front of DC offices, houses of BJP leaders and Reliance / Adani toll plazas. No program to stop trains. The number of farmers coming here is increasing.
The train is not intended to stop …
Giving information to intensify the agitation, the peasant organizations have said that the demonstration will be intensified between December 12 and 14. Rajewal has made it clear that farmers have no intention of stopping the train. He has told that the number of farmers coming here is increasing steadily. Significantly, now the farmers are determined to take the movement to a larger level. Farmers are now preparing to free toll tolls across the country on December 12, while on December 14, there are plans to hold demonstrations at BJP headquarters across the country from district headquarters to the district highway tomorrow (December 12).
Drone cameras will be monitored on law and order spoilers
Farmers’ organizations say that now they have only one demand that the government withdraw the black law, amendment is not acceptable at any cost. On the other hand, the police will keep a close watch on those who spoil the law and order under the guise of the movement. During the farmers’ agitation, the police will monitor the crowd with drones, so that any untoward incident can be done to identify and take action against them. Let me tell you that for the last 16 days, farmers have been living on the border of Delhi. Along with the farmer leaders, NCP President Sharad Pawar has directly warned the central government not to take the tolerance test.
Has the peasant movement been hijacked
According to intelligence sources, a report related to the peasant movement has been sent to the government. The report said that ultra-left leaders and pro-left wing extremist elements have hijacked the farmers’ movement. According to the information, there are reliable intelligence inputs that these elements are planning to incite the farmers to violence, arson and damage to public property.
Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait on Friday said that if the government wants to talk to the farmers leaders then it should give a formal message like last time. He emphasized that nothing will be less acceptable than the repeal of new agricultural laws.
On the report of the Intelligence Department, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said, “We do not see such people here, yet if the intelligence agencies are eyeing this movement, then what should they do to catch them.” Tikait said, ‘Our Central Intelligence is not so weak, which cannot catch them. People who are promoting wrong. The agency should keep an eye on them.