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Agricultural leaders have no control, they are opposition puppets: BJP net | India News


NEW DELHI: While there was no official statement from the BJP, several party leaders reacted angrily to the violent protests by farmers in the national capital, even as they maintained that the violence had shown that agricultural leaders had no control over their supporters and they were acting. as “puppets” of the opposition parties.
BJP leaders said the government was relying on assurances given by farmers that the tractor rally would take place on specific routes, no cars would be pulled out and they would be unarmed.
“The protesting farmers have violated all the promises they made to the government, which shows the ulterior motive of the farmers, who are working in the directions of a desperate opposition,” said a senior BJP official.
The leader said that the Delhi police had shown the utmost restraint even when they were beaten, otherwise things could have been much worse.
“BJP has maintained from the beginning that it is committed to the well-being of farmers. However, the way the Red Fort was desecrated, the whole country has seen it and there is nothing left to say about the hidden agenda of the peasant union leaders, who are acting according to the dictates of the opposition parties ”, said the BJP leader.
“Ordinary farmers must understand that the ongoing turmoil is the work of a few middlemen, who fear that the huge money they were stealing from farmers will run out,” he added.
“As we salute the national flag, some elements supported by so-called ‘progressives’ enjoy insulting the same, and remember in the name of the Constitution,” tweeted BJP Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe.
“Can the country’s farmers do what was seen in Delhi today?” asked the general secretary of the party, Kailash Vijayvargiya.
BJP spokesman Sudhanshu Trivedi recalled the sacrifices made by various icons of the country to protect and preserve the freedom and sovereignty of the nation, which was attacked by a group of “shameless” vandals. “Those who are perceived as ‘annadata’ have turned out to be terrorists. Do not defame our farmers and terrorists should be called terrorists, ”he added.
Lok Sabha MP Nishikant Dubey compared agricultural leaders to Hurriyat leaders and demanded that farmer chiefs such as Yogendra Yadav, Rakesh Tikait and Hannan Mollah be prosecuted on charges of sedition.

Times of India