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new DelhiOne hour agoAuthor: Rahul Kotial
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On January 15, the farmer leader will once again meet the Union ministers. But there is no enthusiasm among the farmer leaders about this meeting, they are assuming that the next meeting too is going to be inconclusive.
Negotiations with the farmers’ government failed once again last Friday. Now on January 15, farmer leaders will meet Union ministers for the 9th time. But there is no enthusiasm among the farmer leaders about this meeting and almost all the farmer leaders are assuming that the next meeting is going to be inconclusive.
In such a situation, it is natural to raise the question that when the farmer leaders have no hope of solution from these meetings, then why are they joining the meeting? Farmer leader Joginder Singh Ugrahan says on this question, ‘Similar questions were asked to Shaheed Bhagat Singh as to why you are going to court on every date when you have no hope of getting justice from the court. Then Bhagat Singh used to reply that we are going to the court so that the voice of the whole country can reach its voice. We are also going to these meetings only.
Describing the government as responsible for these meetings being uninterested, Ugrahan says, “The talks are failing not because of us, but because of the government.” Our demand is very simple that all the three laws should be repealed, without that we will not return. We have told this thing many times to the government, but still she calls us every time and does not accept this demand. They will do the same next time, but we will still attend the meeting so that we can expose the government.
Farmer leader Joginder Singh Ugrahan says that without stopping all the three laws, we will not return.
Farmer leader Gurnam Singh Chadhuni also believes that this dialogue with the government is not going to find a solution and the talks on January 15 are going to fail completely. Despite this, he says about joining the meeting, ‘The government has already tried a lot to discredit this movement. Sometimes we were called Khalistani, sometimes we were called terrorists and sometimes we were fake farmers. We do not want to give any such opportunity to the government on our behalf to discredit the farmers. That is why we come to the meeting. In such a situation, the government cannot say that we are ready to negotiate, but the farmers are withdrawing from it. That is why we will go to the next meeting knowing that a solution is not going to happen even on that day.
The farmers’ talks with the government are stuck because the farmers are not willing to accept less than the cancellation of the laws and the government is not ready to cancel the laws. In such a situation, the government is constantly trying to find a middle ground through negotiations.
Farmer leader Hannan Mulla says, ‘These laws are warrants for the death of farmers. How can there be any compromise or middle ground on this. The warrant of death is canceled, it is not amended. We also know that the government is not going to accept. The government has made these laws for those people, with whose money they have won elections, in whose ships they do an election rally. They cannot make capitalists angry by withdrawing the law. The government will not accept even in the next meeting, we know this. Therefore, we are advancing our struggle in such a way that expect the best results, but be prepared for the worst. ‘
Uttar Pradesh’s big farmer leader Rakesh Tikait says that the government is giving a date only to weaken this movement.
In the meeting held on Friday, the government has also proposed that farmers can go to the Supreme Court if they want and challenge these laws there. Leader of All India Kisan Sabha on this proposal, Major Singh says, “The role of the court is to review the laws and decide whether a law is within the scope of the constitution.” If we are not challenging the constitutionality of the laws then what will we do by going to court. Legislation is within the jurisdiction of the government, but those laws are not farmer friendly, so our fight is with the government and till we win this battle, we will keep fighting the government.
Taking the talks with the government as part of this fight, Uttar Pradesh’s big farmer leader Rakesh Tikait says, “The government is giving dates only to weaken this movement.” It is nothing to be with them. Just people are facing no trial date. The same will happen in the next meeting. The government feels that by doing this, the movement will be weak and the message will go to the public that the government is talking, but the farmers are not agreeing. We are also not refusing the meeting because we want to tell the people that we are very clear about our demands and it is the government which is not agreeable. ‘
If this situation of deadlock persists, then what will be the rationale for the conversation and how long will it last? On this question, Rakesh Tikait says, “For the time being, just understand that we will reiki the tractor parade to be held on January 26 on the pretext of the next meeting. On that day the farmer march will be out. Even if the government does not agree, the movement will go on. We will carry out this movement till May 2024, till the term of this government is completed. ‘