Navi Delhi: It is now 60 days since the farmers’ agitation against the agricultural laws on the border of the capital Delhi. Farmers have been protesting on the Delhi border since November 26 against the agricultural laws imposed by the Modi government at the Center.
On Republic Day, when the world’s attention was focused on India, social activists rioted in the capital Delhi in the name of the peasant movement. The tractor rally staged by the farmers turned violent. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
Leaders in the Mahavikas Aghadi government have strongly condemned the incident in Delhi. Meanwhile, Prakash Ambedkar, the leader of the NCP and the deprived Bahujan Alliance, had lashed out at the Modi government at the Center for supporting the farmers’ movement.
Ambedkar had said that supporting the farmers and criticizing the Modi government at the Center was a ploy of the NCP and the Congress party. Also, this law belongs to the Congress. On the one hand, the Center has brought your own law. The center is playing your role. So aren’t you the B team of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Bharatiya Janata Party? Asking such a question, Ambedkar has tried to trap the Congress and the NCP.
Meanwhile, now the NCP has responded to Prakash Ambedkar. When Sharad Pawar was the country’s agriculture minister, he doubled the guaranteed prices of agricultural commodities. Through the Food Corporation of India, the process of procurement of agricultural commodities has become more transparent and easy, and as a result, the farmers of India have become truly happy and prosperous. The NCP has claimed to be.
Pawar’s agricultural policies were also noted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Expressing satisfaction over Pawar’s performance, Prakash Ambedkar must have forgotten that the Indian government also received many awards. All the people of the state know who was working as the BJP’s B team in the 2019 Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, so Prakash Ambedkar’s statement is ridiculous, said Mahesh Tapase, Chief Spokesperson, NCP.