Another Shaheen Bagh Like Agitation Made In Delhi

Another Shaheen Bagh made in Delhi, many controversial people have come on the stage of farmers in the last 30 days.

30 days have passed since the Delhi siege of farmers in protest against agricultural laws. This siege of a section of farmers is gradually causing ‘Shaheen Bagh’ situations.

Farmer leaders are adamant about repealing the call for repeated talks from the government and demanding that the laws be passed in Parliament.

Therefore, people are now looking at this siege with the alleged movement of Shaheen Bagh last year when Delhi was held hostage for more than two months in the name of protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

In addition to the Kundli-Singhu border, the farmer’s organizations have also blocked the ticker border, UP gate, and Chilla border.

Disputed people have come on the platform of farmers

Delhi Chalo slogan was given by various farmer unions of Punjab to protest against the three new agricultural laws.

Under this, the batch of farmers reached the horoscope border on the morning of 27 November and after fighting with the police, GT Road jammed and sat there.

Initially, there was a gathering of farmers from Punjab only, but later some farmer leaders and organizations from Haryana, Delhi, and nearby also joined it.

The actors of the Shaheen Bagh performance also reached to participate in it.

Members of various leftist organizations, student organizations also started gathering here and this alleged movement became completely anti-government.

Although the peasant leaders later refused to share the stage with any political party, the gathering of outsiders on the occasion every day tells a different story.

A few days ago, the poster-banner was taken in favor of the accused of Shaheen Bagh, who was involved in anti-national activities on the ticker border.

Kassan, common man, businessmen all worried

Everyone is upset with this siege that has been going on for a month. The industrial activities of the region have come to a complete standstill.

Workers living in the horoscope and surrounding areas are forced to flee due to problems. According to Assocham, more than 35 thousand crore rupees have been lost due to the movement.

The loss of more than Rs 100 crore daily is being done only to the Kundli and Nathupur industrial areas.

People coming from the national capital region and other cities are also being affected by this. Business is being affected. Small businesses and workers are beginning to face livelihood.

Basic questions standing

This alleged movement has raised many serious questions before democracy. The biggest question is whether laws passed by Parliament can be opposed on the streets in this way.

The task of making the law is to be done by the Parliament or the government, or it will be done at the will of various organizations.

The initiative of negotiation took place but the matter could not be achieved.

27 November: Protesting farmers arrive at the horoscope border and attempt to enter Delhi. There was a clash with the police. Tear gas shells were fired. The protesters retreated and sat on the Kundali border jamming the GT road.

28 November: Farmers protesting against agricultural laws got permission to enter Delhi. The farmers were asked to visit the Nirankari Samagam site of Burari, but they rejected the proposal.

November 29: The central government once again appealed to the farmers to go to the ground at Burari.

Home Minister Amit Shah also assured to negotiate with the farmers after reaching the designated place. However, the farmers refused.

December 1: Farmer leaders hold talks with Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar, but no result. The farmers decided to continue the movement.

December 2: Farmers appealed to the government to call a special session of Parliament to repeal the new agricultural laws and warned that if the demands were not met, other roads in Delhi would be blocked.

December 3: The fourth round of talks between the government and farmer organizations were held, but no decision could be taken. The next meeting was decided on 5 December.

December 5: The farmers announced the Bharat Bandh on 8 December.

The talks were again held with the central government, in which the farmer leaders sought a point-by-point reply on the issues of the previous meeting.

December 9: Farmer leaders reject the government’s proposal. The sixth round of talks was also postponed. The peasant leaders decided to encircle all BJP ministers.

December 12: The leaders announced a hunger strike on December 14, intensifying the movement.

17 December: Hearing on the peasant movement in the Supreme Court. The court did not issue any order in the case.

December 21: A gradual hunger strike was initiated by 11-11 leaders of all peasant groups involved in the movement.

December 24: The Agriculture Secretary sent a proposal for talks on agricultural laws.

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