Smashing the Heads of Farmers A Global Struggle Against Tyranny

Smashing the Heads of Farmers A Global Struggle Against Tyranny

According to Reuters, greater than 500,000 farmers attended a rally within the metropolis of Muzaffarnagar within the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on 5 September. Hundreds of 1000’s extra turned out for different rallies within the state. Rakesh Tikait, a outstanding farmers’ chief, stated this is able to breathe recent life into the Indian farmers’ protest motion.

He added:

We will intensify our protest by going to each single metropolis and city of Uttar Pradesh to convey the message that Modi’s authorities is anti-farmer”. Tikait is a pacesetter of the protest motion and a spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Indian Farmers’ Union).

Since November 2020, tens of 1000’s of farmers have been encamped on the outskirts of Delhi in protest towards three new farm legal guidelines that can successfully hand over the agri-food sector to corporates and place India on the mercy of worldwide commodity and monetary markets for its meals safety.

Aside from the rallies in Uttar Pradesh, 1000’s’ extra farmers just lately gathered in Karnal within the state of Haryana to proceed to pressurise the Modi-led authorities to repeal the legal guidelines.

This explicit protest was additionally in response to police violence throughout one other demonstration, additionally in Karnal (200 km north of Delhi), throughout late August when farmers had been blocking a freeway. The police Lathi-charged them and at the very least 10 folks had been injured and one particular person died from a coronary heart assault a day later.

A video that appeared on social media confirmed Ayush Sinha, a high authorities official, encouraging officers to “smash the heads of farmers” in the event that they broke by the barricades positioned on the freeway. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar criticised the selection of phrases however stated that “strictness had to be maintained to ensure law and order”.

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