A total of 14 opposition parties, including the Congress, the Left and the Trinamool Congress, boycotted Constitution Day in India. Opposition groups called for a boycott of the by-elections on Friday, saying that it was pointless for them to observe the Constitution Day. This is the Prime Minister’s Public Relations (PR) program.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi started celebrating Constitution Day in 2015. On this day, tributes were paid to BR Ambedkar, the framer of the Indian Constitution.

Opposition groups called for the beleagured PM to resign. Is degrading the constitutional position. But they are celebrating Constitution Day. Last Thursday, various political parties met and decided to boycott the event. 14 opposition parties agreed with that decision.

On the occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked them without naming the Congress. He said India was going through a crisis which was a matter of deep concern. He said the family-centric party, which thinks only of the family, is not good for democracy. See Kanyakumari from Kashmir, family-oriented parties are inauspicious for democracy. Concerned neo-hippies and their global warming, i’ll tell ya. India is going through this deep crisis.

The Prime Minister also explained the family system. This, he said, does not mean that no one in a politician’s family can be a politician. No more than one member of the family can be in politics. If there is merit, if there is blessing of people, then surely you can. But if a party is ruled and run by the same family for generations, it becomes dangerous for democracy.

Congress leader Mallikarjun Khagra said there was no reason to attend the function. There is no formal invitation. Opponents have no role. No one has the freedom to say anything.

The bitterness of the opposition with the government is increasing for various reasons. As per custom, the Prime Minister did not attend the ceremony at the Parliament House on November 14, the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. Even the Speaker of the Lok Sabha and the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha did not attend the function.

On the day of the anniversary of the siege of Delhi by the peasants in India, the agitating peasant leaders made it clear that they would not return home until a complete victory was achieved. The peasant leaders have made it clear what it means to have a complete victory. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have to show a positive attitude in response to the farmers’ letter by Friday. If they do not show it, they will decide the next program of the movement in a meeting on Saturday.

On November 26 last year, the United Kisan Morcha (SKM), a coalition of more than 500 small, medium and large farmers’ organizations, launched a blockade in three border areas of Delhi. Since then, thousands of peasant men and women have been living on the borders of Singhu, Tikri and Gazipur for over a year. Friday marks one year since the siege. On that occasion many farmers from different states were present at the three borders. There they decided to continue the struggle.

Farmers’ leaders said they had won early. The government has agreed to repeal three ‘Kalakanun’. But this partial victory will not alleviate the misery of the farmers. They are ready for a complete victory.

What the peasant leaders think of as a complete victory has been detailed in the three frontier gatherings. The main demand is legal protection of minimum support price (MSP) to get a fair price for the crop. Besides, the proposed power law has been repealed, Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Ajay Mishra has been sacked from the cabinet, debt waiver of the families of more than 700 martyred farmers has been waived and punishment for burning crops has been abolished.

Rakesh Tikayet, a farmer leader from western Uttar Pradesh on the Gazipur border, said, ‘Corona and the agriculture law struck at the same time. We have stopped Corona, we have also repealed three laws. This time we are waiting for the realization of another demand. ‘ In other words, they are determined to remove the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh this time like repealing three laws.

In fact, confronting the peasant movement before the Uttar Pradesh elections has now become a major headache for the BJP government at the Center and in the states. Leaders of western Uttar Pradesh are reporting daily to the BJP central office that they are not able to enter any district from Saharanpur to Agra for campaigning. Despite the repeal of the three laws, the farmers’ anger did not subside. On the contrary, the peasant leaders are uniting to realize the rest of the demands with double enthusiasm.

In this situation, Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Adityanath are not making the mistake of trying. At a groundbreaking ceremony for Noida’s Jawaharlal Nehru International Airport on Thursday, the Prime Minister emphasized the need to transform the region’s economy. Addressing the farmers, he said they would be the ones to benefit the most from this project. At the same time, Chief Minister Adityanath emphasized on religious division. He said that the people of western Uttar Pradesh have to choose between Jinnah and Ganna. They have to decide whether they want the sweetness of sugarcane or the violence of the followers of Jinnah (Mohammad Ali Jinnah). The BJP has reaped the political harvest of Hindu-Muslim riots in Muzaffarnagar in 2013 in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections and in the 2016 Assembly elections. The peasant movement has erased that division. That is the reason for BJP’s headache.

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