Farmers of Punjab and Haryana have been sitting on a sit-in demonstration for the past two and a half months at the Delhi-Haryana Tikri and Singhu border against all three agricultural laws, but the situation has now changed 360 degrees.
At one time, where the peasant leaders used to stand before the protesting peasants, they have come down to the language style like goondo. Now the peasant leaders have started issuing Tughlaqi to Bharaman to save their movement.
Leaders started running the protesters
Satnam Singh Pannu, president of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee (Punjab), sitting with supporters on the Singhu border of Delhi-Haryana, is now speaking in the Tughlaqi tongue. In his address, he is using such words, which shows that the farmers are his slaves. Recently, the chairman of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee, Satnam Singh Pannu, while addressing the protesters said- ‘When there is gold for gold, it is for gold to rise and when it is asked to come to the venue, picket Have to come to the site. ‘ Satnam Singh Pannu did not stop here, but even said that whatever is spoken from the stage is to be followed. Corona virus
Provocative speeches are also given for not being afraid of infection
Alam on the Singhu border is that on reaching the stage, the leaders are giving wrong information about the corona virus infection. Front leader Yogendra Yadav said on Delhi’s Singhu border that the hypocrisy of both the central and state governments has been exposed on the corono virus. Ministers and leaders are holding election rallies. In such a situation, there is no right to question others.
Corona vaccines being applied to farmers
Yogendra Yadav even said that camps are being organized at all picketing sites for people seeking vaccination to prevent corona infection. Arrangements of oximeters and ambulances are being made for the protection of the agitating farmers. Health facilities are being improved so that people do not have to face any kind of trouble.
Corona cases did not come to a great level
At the same time, the leader of the United Kisan Morcha, Dr. Darshan Pal said that cases of corona infection have not come up on a large scale nor are there hotspots at the protests of farmers on the borders of Delhi. He said that resistance would be observed as a resistance week on all fronts from April 20 to 26, so that arrangements could be made to protect farmers from corona infection.
Disappointed at canceling the parliament journey
Leaders on the platform have been continuously expressing disappointment over not being able to travel to Parliament. Leaders of the United Kisan Morcha say that the date of the proposed parliament march has not been decided yet. The Morcha alleged that Corona was using the virus as an excuse to quell farmers’ protests. Last year too, the government tried to end the movement by doing the same.