Farmer Protest or CAS 2.0

I cant differentiate. These protestors at ghazipur border seems more like mobs and not farmers. Not just a law & order risk but also covid wild spread.

Delhi and many states innIndia may have to go into lockdown to send these farmers home. more  

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Let government do what is possible in response, but they will not. Government too concerned about image, for silently bringing farm laws was the easy part. Some explanation needed as to why there are protests. Even courts have questioned Modi, "why the ego?" Deliberation or parliamentary should have been done before passing the laws. Laws being offered an 1.5 years abeyance means something wrong with them. more  
The Govt. must deal with the protesters firmly and need to ensure that such violence is not tolerated in any form whatsoever more  
Not that everything done in the name of benefiting farmers is right. Switching to other crops such as oilseeds and pulses be facilitated, which we import, with monetary incentives, as India already has more than sufficient foodgrains. They are hardworking and deserve this facilitation by government. Provocation remember was from the government who passed the 3 farm laws unconstitutionally. Not any low hanging fruit left in the reform orchard so Modi did these "reformation". Nothing needed fixing for the regime that gave us the green revolution's abundance, yet government wanted more populism! Laws put on hold shows Modi's guilt, however ego comes into play, therefore remaining intransigent. more  
HUKUMDEV NARAYAN YADAV(a farmer and ex-senior BJP worker) was the head of commission which took up four year study on farmers and presented the full report signed by all party committee and accepted by all parties in parliament in 2018 after which bill was tabled, he clearly stated all facts in interview with TV9 Bharatvarsh news channel on sat 1:00 pm for 2 hrs ( 5/12/2020) Mr. dhindsa who returned Padma Bhushan award for being part of study committee under Mr. Yadav tutelage ( Mr. Yadav also received the award for his hard work ) told that of the two types of farmers HAALDHARI and BANGLOWDHARI the ones protesting are BUNGLOWDHARI ( constituting only 6%)( w many political clouts, money , acres and acres of land, children and family mostly in canada and america and other rich countries) ,they are also arttiss, mandi mafias , Transporters who harass and collect money from marginal farmers (constituting 94% of total farmers in India) at every stage , they BUNGLOW DHARIS farmers cant differentiate jowar , from Bajra as they never visit their land but have managers to handle everything while managing other businesses . so Mr. Yadav told anybody can judge what is happening is not by actual farmers but the clout ruling 6% BUNGLOWDHARIS , wheras actual farmers can never mange 2 meals in a day bec of their present status more  
The number of idiots in our country is still very high. more  
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