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Center Wanted Farmers To Be Taunted: Sena On R-Day Violence | India News


MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena alleged on Thursday that the BJP-led central government wanted farmers to be provoked and turn violent so that their ongoing protest against three new farm laws is defamed.
He was referring to the violence that broke out in Delhi during the parade of farm tractors on Republic Day.
The party said the violence was not in the national interest.
The Maharashtra BJP, however, called the Sena’s accusation against the central government “unfounded”.
In an editorial in the party spokesman ‘Saamana’, the Sena said: “The agitation of farmers against the three agricultural laws has been going on peacefully for the past 60 days. Protesters have been camping on the borders of Delhi, seeking the repeal of the three new laws. There was no division among the protesting peasants, nor did they lose patience. ”
“The central government could not do much about it. It wanted the peasants to provoke themselves and turn violent so that their protest would be defamed. On January 26, their wish came true. But it also brought a bad name to the country,” he added. claimed the Seine.
“It is easy to say that the farmers took the law into their own hands. But they have been seeking the withdrawal of farm laws. What about that? He said.
Punjab farmers’ self-respect is causing concern Centersaid the party.
“It is not correct to blame only the farmers for the violence in Delhi. What the government wanted came true, but the farmers and the police suffered because of it,” he added.
“Who will hold the government responsible for what happened?” asked the Seine.
He alleged that the BJP’s “intelligence machinery” found that the violence was pre-planned and “terrorists have taken over the agitation.”
“The leader of the violent protest was a Deep Sidhu, associated with the BJP. Peasant leaders have said that Sidhu was instigating the peasants for the past two months, but they all showed patience,” added Sena.
“Farmers want three farm laws repealed. But why is the government inflexible?” I ask.
Maharashtra BJP spokesperson Keshav Upadhye said that the Sena’s indictment against the Center it was “unfounded”.
“It is unfortunate that some people do not see beyond politics and want to sow anarchy in the name of farmers’ protest,” he said.
Tuesday’s tractor parade that was to highlight demands by farmers’ unions to repeal three new farm laws dissolved into lawlessness on the streets of Delhi as tens of thousands of protesters broke barriers, fought with police, overturned vehicles and hoisted a religious flag. from the walls of the Red Fort.
The Delhi Police have recorded several FIRs in connection with the violence that broke out during the farm tractor parade.

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