- Farmers say that farmers have been agitating on the border of Delhi for the last nine months against agricultural laws. The leaders of all the political parties of Punjab are using the farmers’ movement for their politics. For this reason, now the farmers will have to take a tough decision against the leaders.
The anger of the farmers against the agricultural laws is gradually increasing. Villagers in many villages of Punjab have started boycotting the leaders. In several villages in Punjab’s Bathinda district, farmers have put up boycott boards under the banner of Bharatiya Kisan Union Ekta Sidhupur. The farmers wrote on the board that no political party leader should come to the village until the agricultural laws are returned. In the meantime, if a leader comes to the village, he himself will be responsible for his service.
Earlier such boards were put up by farmers in many villages of Talwandi Sabo. On Friday, farmers of village Nehianwala, Mahma Sarja, Darshan Singh, Sukhdev Singh, Baldev Singh along with other farmers were raising slogans against the central government in their respective villages against agricultural laws. The farmers had a banner in their hands, in which was written warning of a boycott of the leaders.
The farmers said that they have clearly warned every political party through the said board that no leader should come to our village till the return of agricultural laws. If a leader comes to the village, he himself will be responsible for his service.
The farmers said that the farmers have been agitating against the agricultural laws on the border of Delhi for the last nine months. The leaders of all the political parties of Punjab are using the farmers’ movement for their politics. For this reason, now the farmers will have to take a tough decision against the leaders.
Farmer leaders Joginder Singh Ugrahan and Darshanpal, who are leading the farmers’ movement in Delhi, have issued a statement appealing to the farmers to only oppose the BJP. The protesting farmers say that they will oppose all political parties, only then the agriculture laws will be withdrawn.
BJP leaders boycott in Sunam
BKYU Ekta Ugrahan has taken a tough stand towards BJP. The organization has banned BJP leaders from entering the villages. These posters have also increased the trouble of leaders of other political parties. Although the organization has given instructions not to vehemently oppose other political parties, it is written on the posters that leaders of other political parties should bring with them the details of the work done for the public in the last five years.
Speeches of leaders will not be heard, but they will be asked questions about development. There is also a picture of the union’s state president Joginder Singh Ugrahan on these posters. It is written on the poster that it is forbidden for any BJP leader to come to the village.
Such posters are being put up by the rural units of the union at the entrance of all the villages. Union State President Joginder Ugrahan said that the policies of the BJP are sinking the agriculture sector. To protect the economic interests of all sections, from agriculture, farmers, laborers, the union has made a strategy to strongly oppose the BJP. United Kisan Morcha is also implementing the same strategy in other states.