Farmer protests: Maharashtra minister threatens to assault Union Minister Raosaheb Danve

Maharashtra Minister Bacchu Kadu has threatened to assault Union Minister Raosaheb Danve immediately after he stated that the farmer protests are getting fuelled by Pakistan and China. Kadu stated that earlier when Danve experienced manufactured these a assertion, he had gheraoed his house but this time he would have to enter his property and conquer him up.

Kadu is an impartial MLA from Achalpur constituency and has been a minister in the MVA governing administration in Maharashtra.

Yesterday, talking at the inauguration of a health and fitness centre at Kolte Takli in Badnapur taluka in Jalna district of Maharashtra, Danve experienced claimed that China and Pakistan ended up driving the ongoing farmer protests. He alleged that Muslims had been incited in a equivalent manner in the course of anti-CAA protests. “The agitation that is going on is not that of farmers. China and Pakistan have a hand behind this. Muslims in this nation had been incited initial. What was stated (to them)? That NRC is coming, CAA is coming and Muslims will have to depart this place in six months. Did a one Muslim go away? Individuals initiatives did not realize success and how farmers are becoming told that they will confront losses. This is the conspiracy of other countries”, Danve, MoS, Ministry of Purchaser Affairs experienced stated.

Mocking Danve’s remarks, the Shiv Sena has claimed that the government should carry out yet another surgical strike on Pakistan and China if they are fuelling unrest in India.

Khalistani elements in farmer protests

The farmer protests that began as an agitation in opposition to the farm legislation afterwards came to be dominated by Khalistani rhetoric. In the course of the protests, many problematic statements have been made by ‘farmers leaders’ interesting to identity politics and in some circumstances extremist ideologies. Also, Khalistani features like SFJ have taken in excess of the problem and have been applying the farmer protests as a software to propagate the Khalistan agenda in India and overseas