BSP chief Mayawati and SP national president Akhilesh Yadav have reacted to the violence at a farmers’ tractor rally in the country’s capital, Delhi, during the Republic Day. While Mayawati described yesterday’s events as unfortunate, Akhilesh Yadav said the BJP was the only culprit.
“Whatever happened during the farmers’ tractor rally on the Republic Day in the country’s capital yesterday,” BSP chief Mayawati said in a tweet. This is very unfortunate and the central government should take this very seriously. Also, the BSP is again appealing to the central government to repeal the three agrarian laws without any delay and end the prolonged agitation of the peasantry to prevent any such unpleasant incidents from occurring again.
1. Whatever happened at the farmers tractor rally on Republic Day on the Republic Day yesterday in the country’s capital, it should not happen. This is very unfortunate and the central government should take this very seriously. 1/2
– Mayawati (ay Mayawati) January 27, 2021
Shortly after BSP Suprimo’s tweet, SP President Akhilesh Yadav also commented on the issue. He wrote – ‘The BJP government has consistently ignored, insulted and accused the farmers of playing a critical role in turning the anger of the peasantry into anger. The BJP is the only culprit for the situation now. The BJP should take up its moral responsibility and immediately repeal the agrarian law.
The BJP government has consistently played a crucial role in turning the anger of the peasantry into contempt. The BJP is the only culprit for the situation now.
– Akhilesh Yadav (adyadavakhilesh) January 27, 2021
Significantly, the Samajwadi Party workers staged demonstrations in various districts of Uttar Pradesh in support of the peasant rally. The SP is against agricultural reform laws from the beginning and is demanding the withdrawal. Yesterday, Akhilesh Yadav flagged down his local village of Saifai during the Republic Day celebration and attacked the government by participating in a tractor tricolor rally. Akhilesh Yadav said haters have no place in society. Donald Trump is out of power after hating America. Even the haters of spreading power in India are not far away.
He stood on a tractor trolley and said the American election was a great example of a recent case of discrimination and hatred against blacks. The haters have been ousted from power in the election results held there. The day is not far away to see all this in India. The ruling party and the BJP will run out of power in the elections.