The rift between the leaders and the mob of agitators is decreasing along the Delhi border. The process of returning home has not stopped the movement’s weakness
While there has been a rift between the peasant leaders after the Republic Day violence, for the first time there has been a decrease in the number of agitators on various borders of Delhi. If the number of agitators decreases further in the next one or two days, it will be very difficult for the farmers organizations to pressurize the government.
Significantly, due to the decrease in the number of agitators and differences between the leaders, there is no response from the government on the Republic Day violence. The government wants the movement to weaken itself due to contradictions.
Several rounds of meeting after the violence After the Republic Day, several rounds of meetings took place in the BJP and the government.
On the same day, Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with top officials including Home Secretary, IB chief. The farmer movement was also discussed in the cabinet meeting on Wednesday. Whereas according to sources, talks between the Home Minister and the Agriculture Minister were also held on Wednesday in the context of the farmers movement.
Due to the violence on Republic Day, there is no possibility of the government allowing this march.
If the continuation of the farmers ‘return home continues, the farmers’ organizations will not be able to put pressure on the government in the context of the Parliament march and agricultural legislation.
Meanwhile, farmer organizations have been renewed to maintain the same number of farmers on the border as before. Sources say that after getting information to this effect, the Central Government has warned the Haryana Government.
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