Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, January 7
With the stalemate persevering with between farmer unions and the Union authorities, two Punjab BJP leaders mediating for talks have launched contemporary assault in opposition to the farm leaders.
BJP leaders Surjit Kumar Jyani and Harjeet Grewal after assembly with Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Thursday stated that lots of the leaders main the agitation have political aspirations and so they wish to contest elections after returning to Punjab.
Both the leaders are scheduled to satisfy Union Home Minister Amit Shah within the night. Earlier, on Tuesday that they had a gathering with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as properly.
Jyani stated the present leaders don’t want individuals to return house peacefully and they’re doing this out of political aspirations. They need repression on individuals, in order that they may turn out to be greater leaders with wider acceptability.
“But their perspective won’t lead wherever.”
Jyani stated there are sensible issues whereas coping with the 32 leaders.
“Now it has turn out to be leaderless. Nobody is able to hear. We agree that they signify 32 organisations, however now they need to select their chief,” he stated.
However, Harjit Grewal went a step forward and questioned the credentials of the leaders.
“Who is Joginder Singh Ugrahan, he belongs to a Marxist-Leninist group, a Naxalite faction known as Nagi Reddy group in Punjab.”
He additionally questioned Yogendra Yadav and CPM chief Hannan Mollah’s presence among the many farmer unions.
However, reacting to this, farmer unions have known as it simply one other identify calling.
“Earlier, they known as as Khalistanis, then Maoists. Now they name us politically aspired transfer. Their new propaganda may also chunk the mud like earlier ones. It is a part of our structure that neither any of our leaders can contest the elections nor we assist any political social gathering,” stated Jagmohan Singh, General Secretary, BKU (Dakaunda).
Another farmer chief Rajinder Singh, vp of Kirti Kisan Union, challenged the BJP leaders to return and maintain a public assembly to stage the identical allegation in a Punjab assembly.
“The total Punjab has stood up in opposition to BJP and its leaders.”