Farmers Protest: Bommai

   Posted by: aman   in Other

Day 300

Toll 605


Basavaraj Bommai, the Karnataka chief minister from BJP, recently said in the state assembly that the farmers protest are sponsored by the Congress. There cannot be a bigger joke like this. How can Congress, which can’t keep its flock together, engineer such a huge supply-chain management for 10 months on delhi’s borders which could really test any CEO or military general.

It is pertinent to mention Bommai is the son of one of the most important Janata Dal chief minister SR Bommai whose famous case against union of India on arbitrary dismissal of governments by the Centre is considered a landmark. To see the son of a Lohiaite now turn saffron and spread such canard is unbecoming of a chief minister.

A few weeks back, when appointed CM – a seat that Yediyurappa made possible for him after his alleged ‘friend’ Shobha Karandlaje was appointed Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare – Bommai had said he is forming a committee to double farmers income by 2023-24.


Isn’t Modi going to double farmers income by 2022? Next year? Wasn’t that his promise? Please do not double farmers income. Just give a legal guarantee on C2 + 50% as MSP. That is enough.

The farmers protest clearly tears bare the many lies of the BJP government, whether in state or centre. Then they hide behind such lies to fill the time.

The same is happening with Akali Dal in Panjab. Having failed to stop the Farm Laws from being passed in Parliament, symbolically Harsimrat Kaur Badal, former Minister of Food Processing Industries resigned from the Modi Cabinet, Akali Dal pulled out of the Modi government, but is still not being accepted by the people of Panjab.

Yet, these leaders continue to lie and fool the people. We too, I guess, enjoy being fooled.

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