Plans to increase pressure on Modi ready, farmers announce 15-day plan
New Delhi: Protests against agricultural laws in India have entered the next phase, with plans drawn up to increase pressure on the Modi government. Farmers announce the 15-day plan, farmers will campaign against Modi in four state elections.
Farmers in India have long-planned, the Muttahida Kisan Morcha said at a press conference on the Sanghu border that national highways would be blocked. Farmer leader Yogendra Yadav said that a campaign would be launched against Modi in the four-state elections.
The movement’s leaders will also visit several states. Farmer leader Balbir Singh said that government political leaders are the culprits of farmers, we will teach them a lesson. Assembly elections in West Bengal, Assam, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu are scheduled in two months.
On the other hand, the high-handed tactics of the Modi government are also continuing, starting to cut off the water supply to the farmers.