Now farmer leaders have openly started inciting people against the police. All this is happening when more than 500 policemen were injured in the violence on the name of farmers’ tractor rally on Republic Day. Now when the farmers are returning from the borders of Delhi, the agitating leaders have gone mad. Farmer leader Joginder Singh Ugharan, provoking people, said to besiege Delhi Police.
Farmer leaders alleged that the police was sending false notices to harass the farmers. Also, an appeal was made to all the farmers not to cooperate with the Delhi Police at all. Ugrahan said, “It is very difficult to arrest anyone from our organization. If the government takes action like this, it will not be right. ” He said that the people of Punjab already know everything and challenged that Delhi Police should arrest the people and show them.
At the same time, provoking people that if policemen come to arrest them, then siege them. He said that all the notices issued have been wrong. The Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Balbir Singh Rajewal also said that if the policemen of Delhi come to the villages, then surround them. At the Kisan Maharaili held in Barnala, Punjab, the peasants were instigated.
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Rajewal said that if the policemen of Delhi are seen in the villages of Punjab, then they have to gather the whole village and oppose them. The organizers of this rally also included the ‘Punjab Khet Mazdoor Sangh’. Haryana BKU chief Gurnam Singh Chadhuni has made a similar appeal. Rajewal also pleaded not to appear before the police. He claimed that the Modi government is scared of the ‘farmers’ movement’.
On the other hand, Rakesh Tikait was to hold a mega rally in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra. However, the farmer leader, who threatened to land Bakkal due to an unknown fake call, was forced to cancel his visit. Actually, the fake caller told himself to be SP and warned him to keep him in quarantine for 14 days when he came here. Now they are talking about going to Gujarat and Bengal.