How farmers’ protests turned into a movement in India

How farmers’ protests turned into a movement in India

Police charged batons and drained water on elderly farmers, as well as occasional frozen items. Local farmers and local sympathizers filled them with food, fruit, and even 30 quintals of American almonds (from the Tooth brothers in the United States). The government is trying its best to sow discord in the Bosan unions. Rakesh Tikit, a strong leader of the Jat Bosin, who is now on hunger strike, announced that he would continue the strike till his death. Her brother, Naresh Tikait, said it should end.

To show solidarity with the farmers, 18 opposition parties have decided to boycott the Indian President’s address to the joint sitting of Parliament (January 29, 2021) at the beginning of the Budget Session (January 28, 2021).

When he violated 155 farmers, water cannons, tear gas, and baton charges, he criticized the government for hiring him. The government-run media published stories that the movement was being supported by Khalistani and Pakistani elements. Pakistani drones allegedly dropped a hand grenade in East Punjab, which never exploded or exploded in front of the media. The government even tried to file an affidavit in the Supreme Court to substantiate its allegation of foreign aid for the peaceful movement.

The protests continued to demonstrate interfaith harmony, with non-Muslims shielding Muslims from praying. To ‘strengthen’ Modi’s move, the protest has now taken an Indian dimension as Bhim Army Chief Chandra Shekhar Azad, founder of the Azad Samaj Party (Open Society Party), announces that one by one, Join the protesters (we have to fight together).

The ability of the spectators astonished the imagination of the arrogant Modi government. Farmers turned their trolleys into temporary hostels. Sick and tired farmers were relieved to be replaced with fresh batches from distant homes. Returning home, the women were trapped in the fields to take care of the farmland and livestock.

The government’s efforts to quell the peaceful protests have caused a stir. Azad’s actions soon went viral on social media. He slammed the government for preventing peaceful farmers from reaching Delhi, but failed to stop the Chinese from building 110 houses in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. The media banned the pictures of farmers’ martyrs in which Sikh saints (saints) also committed suicide in solidarity with the protesters.

He highlighted the link between farmers and traders. If the farmer is destroyed, all the other traders also suffer. The government was able to continue the oppression of different communities and minorities (Muslims, Christians, Dalits, traders, etc.) because they were based on each other’s plight. Now is the time to fight together.

Advocates for the voice of empowering independent women. In an article, Azad said that for more than 72 years in India, Dalit women have never been considered equal citizens (Chandra Shekhar Constitutional Promises of Equal Citizenship with Independent Women, Dalit, Indian Express January 28, 2021) has been denied.

He recalled, “The unimaginable barbarism in raping a young Dalit woman in Hathras highlights the gender and caste-based violence faced by women.” The latest example of the rape and death of a 50-year-old Anganwadi (rural child care center) worker by a priest exposed the state administration’s inability to stop violence against women and its The permanent feudal, caste and racist structures of our society; the Dalit Bahujan movement, of which I am a part, have always sought gender and social equality and so far the backward people. It has exposed the administration’s failure to respond to violence and crime. “He lamented,” Lower caste women are considered polluted and, as a result, they are victims of attacks and crimes. Rituals, rituals and rules are targeted, as stated by the Brahmanical structure.

Evidence of rape and death of two Dalit teenage girls in Badhun in 2014. Physical and sexual violence against Dalit women. Two Dalit minor girls in Valiyar in Kerala in 2017 And in 2019, a 23-year-old Dalit girl in Dal Dal.

The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) report “Crimes in India 2019” recorded 3,59,849 crimes against women in 2017. 3, 78, 236 in 2018 and 4,05,861 in 2019 – permanent increase. Eleven percent of rape cases against Dalit women in India have been reported. UP tops in case of violence against women 56,011% in 2017 59,445 in 2018 and 59,853 in 2019. The state of India has the highest share of crimes against women at 14.7%.

Similarly, UP has the highest number of dowry deaths, acid attacks, atrocities against women by husbands or relatives, abductions and kidnappings of women, and attacks on women with the intention of showing leniency towards them. Top of the list with the most dubious distinction. Although the government in UP is vigilant about cow protection, it has failed miserably to make the state safe for women. Fearing a backlash from minorities in the next elections, even RSS chief Mohan Bhagat pledged allegiance to the Indian Constitution on the occasion of Republic Day.

Thanks to Modi’s magic wave, the BJP won 31 per cent of the votes cast in 2014 and more than 37 per cent in 2019. According to the 2011 census, India has a population of 121 million. In it, 41.73% of the ‘oppressed movement’ now seems to have turned against it (Muslims 14.23%, Christians 2.3%, Scheduled Castes (1108) 16.6%, and Scheduled Tribes (744) 8.6%.

Hindu migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan were given the excitement of a Hindu paradise when 11 Hindu migrants from Pakistan became mysterious on a farm in Rajasthan. Modi Shah Kakil treats his allies like deadweight with his cocktail. After the deaths of soft-spoken Iram Jail and Kashmin Sartaj, only Rajnath Singh and Nid Gadkari are left to play the role of sympathizers with Modi. Even when Modi Shah considers the Congress as a Pak-China affair, the surviving pacifists are helpless.

The international community and the United States should take action against India for its human rights violations. The United States may demand provisions of the International Religious Freedom Act, passed in 1998, against the rogue Modi government during the Clinton administration.

The USCIRF’s annual report on international religious freedom includes recommendations for naming “countries of particular concern.” India is a country of concern. The Foreign Secretary resisted pressure from the Indian lobby to lift sanctions on India.

Based on videos of the first protest taped by police, the United States should deny India the automatic facial recognition system used to identify and remove protesters. The software used was originally designed to track missing children. But, now it is allegedly being misused to take action against individuals, thus not only preventing them from protesting but also preventing them from doing so without establishing any crime. India has no legal framework for using technology.

India has a number of strict laws that allow its armed and paramilitary forces to maintain a reign of terrorism, especially in occupied Kashmir and the northeastern states. The United States should force India to stop human rights abuses under its strict laws.


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