New Delhi: The farmers movement has continued to see heated activities as the agitating Kisan continues to camp in and around Singhu Border. As polls near now the agitating farmers’ bodies have taken a decision to force their way and campaign against the Bharatiya Janata Party in the four states and one Union Territory going to poll this summer.
The decision to this effect was taken at a meeting of Samyukt Kisan Morcha held at Singhu border.
The announcement was made by one of the leaders, Dalbir Singh Rajewal who said farmers’ bodies would not be supporting any particular party. They said they would support a party that has the skill to defeat the BJP. He said that teams of leaders of the farmers’ unions would be going to all these four states and one Union Territory.
Swaraj India chief, Yogendra Yadav was categorical in saying that three Union ministers from Haryana would not be allowed to enter their village. He said on March 6 that on the completion of the 100 days of agitation, farmers would be staging road-blockade between 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM at various places on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway.
He said on March 15 employees and workers across India would be taking to streets in protest against the corporatization and privatization, which the government is undertaking.
Analysts quoted in the media point out that decision toup the ante against the BJP would have a reasonable impact on the result of the upcoming assembly polls. Farmers of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and West Bengal have already expressed their strong opposition to the three farm laws.