Archive | December, 2020

How long will the farmer movement last?

Posted on 13 December 2020 by admin

The zeal and passion of the Annadata during the ongoing farmer protest, has made sure that the ruling party listens to them, and as a two-way communication has been formed, so both the farmer and the government are listening to each other. The government hopes that someday farmers will agree because the government is ready to accept 12 out of 15 demands of the farmers, an amendment bill can also be brought for this, but the farmers want this agriculture bill to be rolled back. On the other hand, the government wants to indicate that neither did the agitators win nor did the government lose. Leaders like Rakesh Tikait are working as a dialogue bridge between the government and the farmer, and therefore he tweeted on Friday that both farmers and the government should back off a little. However, the primary organization of the agitation – All India Kissan Sangharsh Samanvay Samiti – in short, the Coordination Committee, does not agree with Tikait’s opinion. Unfortunately, three big farmers’ leaders, Dr. Sunilamay, Raju Shetty, and VM Singh Corona were tested Corona positive. Therefore, media-friendly leaders like Tikait and Yogendra Yadav are gathering all the attention, however, the influx of farmers from the villages of remote Punjab, Bihar, UPA, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana has remained constant. Top industrialists like Adani and Ambani also remain at the center of the resentment of the farmers. Farmers have questions that the Agricultural Law was passed in Parliament in 2020, but in 2018, Adani created 12 companies and many silos where food grains are stored. Now, farmers ask if these industrialists knew beforehand that these agriculture laws were coming up? FCI’s godowns have already been taken on lease by Adani and how a section of media is propagating that this movement of farmers has the support of extremist leaders. Moreover, few union ministers are two steps ahead and have claimed that the farmers’ movement is getting help from China and Pakistan.

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Can the government take strict steps?

Posted on 13 December 2020 by admin

When the Union Home Minister Amit Shah and the farmers’ organizations failed to reach an agreement after talks, some ministers of the government started advocating strict action. Sources reveal that many ministers were also of the opinion that farmers should be driven away from Delhi by following the Shaheen Bagh model, with the help of Para Military Forces. Sources reveal that input from intelligence agencies was also sought in this regard. The agencies alerted the government that the time had gone to take such strict measures, this would destabilize the atmosphere and violence could spread. Anyway, a large number of farmers are marching towards Delhi almost everyday. Sources reveal that when there was no talk between the Central Government and the Farmers’ Organization, there were such indications from within the government that if the farmers did not bother, then this case of agriculture bill could also go to the court, where its settlement can take years. So now the government also believes that the path can be taken out only by negotiation, hence the government now wants to show a lot of frankness on its behalf and it also wants to show the benefits to the farmers. Meanwhile, the Sangh is also trying to blunt the edge of this movement by joining the shoulders of the government. First, the Sangh put pressure on both its subsidiaries and got them the understand the government’s stand on the agricultural bill, while it founded a new farmers’ organization. An old volunteer who started this organization is said to be very close to a prominent leader of the Sangh, Dr. Krishna Gopal. Now this new organization can present an important challenge to the Bhartiya Kisan Sangh, a subsidiary of the Sangh.

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Cabinet expansion postponed!

Posted on 13 December 2020 by admin

Till some time back, there were indications that the long-awaited expansion of the Modi cabinet could take place on 8 or 9 December, but when the farmer agitation gained momentum in Delhi, this program of the extension was postponed. If sources are to be believed, now that ‘Kharmas’ has started and the auspicious days will now start after January 14, only then will this scheme of cabinet expansion be able to take off. The budget session of Parliament is going to start from 31 January which will run till April. In the generally accepted traditions, the cabinet reshuffle or expansion does not take place when the House is in session, so it is possible only between January 14 and January 30 or maybe expected in May after the end of the budget session. The government will also complete two years in May. In the probable are people like Jyotiraditya Scindia who have been in the queue to become ministers since March. Moreover, two or three ministers may be discharged from Bihar while the luck of Sushil Modi and Sanjay Jaiswal may shine. A big surprise could come in the face of Dr. Sudhanshu Trivedi from UP since he is a well-read individual who can think and as a Brahmin face from UP< he could get Sangh’s support also. Although this time, two Brahmin faces – Seema Dwivedi and Haridwar Dubey – have got a place in Rajya Sabha from UP, Dr. Trivedi is a much more heavyweight name than them. In view of the ongoing farmer movement, some leaders from Haryana can also it ‘lottery’ and given a berth. Manoj Tiwari, Pravesh Verma, or Meenakshi Lekhi could be the names from Delhi while the names of Roopa Ganguly, Dilip Ghosh, and Lockett Chatterjee are doing the rounds from Bengal. Bhupendra Yadav, Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, Ram Madhav, Anil Jain’s name has been going on since long. If the YSR Congress joins the NDA, they can also be represented in the Modi cabinet. Moreover, JDU ministers can also join the government.

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Sonia will continue as UPA Chairperson

Posted on 13 December 2020 by admin

No matter how hot the speculation market is that NCP supremo Sharad Pawar is going to get the chair of UPA chief as a gift on his 80th birthday, everyone knows that Sonia Gandhi has gone to Goa just because of her asthma. She has no intention of leaving the UPA chief’s chair. However, both the Congress and NCP parties have made it clear that such things are being thrown out only to divert attention from the farmer movement. Sources reveal that by making Rahul Gandhi the Congress president, Sonia would like to keep the responsibility of UPA chairperson with her. However, all is not going well between the Congress and the NCP in Maharashtra, nor is the Congress happy with this alliance of Shiv Sena and NCP, in which both parties collectively target the Congress. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut’s statement is also to reinforce Pawar’s opinion that Congress is currently weak. Sharad Pawar will be 80 years old in the coming days. NCP will be looking for a bigger role in national politics but it is not possible at the expense of Congress.

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