Bengaluru, March 19: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Friday claimed that “anti-national and anti-social” forces were trying to find a solution to the ongoing farmers’ agitation against the three central agricultural laws and said that it was someone’s Not in interest Any kind of protests happen for a long time.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a two-day meeting of its All India Representative Assembly (ABPS), the highest decision-making body of the organization, said here on Friday that the discussions were one and that no compromise should be resolved on all issues as well.
Farmers have been staging protests at Delhi’s borders against three controversial farm laws for more than 100 days, demanding that they be rescinded as several rounds of talks organized by the Center have failed to break the ice.
“It is not in anyone’s interest to have any kind of movement for a long time. Discussions are very important, but with a view to finding a solution. It is possible that not all issues are agreed upon, but it is necessary. Some agreements Must be completed, ”the RSS said in its report-2121
It was also a matter of concern that the movement continued to affect day-to-day life and “the problem becomes more serious when anti-national and anti-social forces try to thwart ongoing efforts towards a solution,” he said. Said that the leadership of the present movement should not allow such a situation to arise.
Noting that in the near past, “we have realized that such anti-national forces are trying to create an atmosphere of unrest and instability in the country to achieve their political ambitions”, the Sangh said, “We believe That there are no unwanted problems.
In a democracy everyone has the freedom to express his views, but no one can be empowered to create unrest and instability in the country.
Stating that three bills related to agriculture were passed by a majority by Parliament and farmer organizations that opposed the action through protests, the RSS said that the intensity of the movement increased over time.
He said that several rounds of talks were held between government representatives and agitating peasant organizations, but the agitators remained adamant on their demands, while the government accepted some proposals to revise the laws.
Intensifying their agitation, the Samyukta Kisan Morcha has called for ‘Bharat Bandh’ on 26 March and protesters will burn copies of the three laws during ‘Holika Dahan’ on 28 March.
Three agricultural laws have been introduced by the Center as major reforms in the agricultural sector that will remove middlemen and allow farmers to sell their produce anywhere in the country.
However, the largely agitating peasants from Punjab and Haryana would abolish the Minimum Support Price (MSP) and uphold large corporates while upholding these laws.