Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday called the violence during the tractor parade of farmers in Delhi against the new agricultural laws unacceptable and urged the farmers to evacuate the national capital. Singh said that the credibility that was created by the peaceful demonstration of the farmers would be harmed by this violence.
Singh said in a tweet, “Shocking incidents in Delhi. Violence by some elements is unacceptable. The credibility that was created by the peaceful protests of the farmers will be damaged. Farmer leaders have disassociated themselves from these incidents and suspended the tractor rally. I urge all genuine farmers to vacate Delhi and return to the borders.
After the protest in Delhi, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that if the government wanted to stop violence in Delhi. He further said that whether the government was waiting for this day.
Sanjay Raut tweeted, “If the government wanted, today’s violence could have been stopped. No one can support what is going on in Delhi. No one will tolerate the insult of the Red Fort and the Tricolor, but why did the atmosphere deteriorate? Why is the government not repealing the anti-farmer law? Is there an invisible hand doing politics? Jai Hind’
Was the government eagerly waiting for this day?
The government did not listen to millions of farmers till the end.
Which type of democracy is flourishing in our country?
This is not democracy, brother ..
Something else is going on.
Jai Hind – Sanjay Raut (@ rautsanjay61)”