Lucknow. The farmers’ mahapanchayat is going to be held in Muzaffarnagar on Sunday (September 5) in protest against the central agricultural laws. From the government to the local administration, there is an eye on this. This is the reason that the administration has made elaborate arrangements for monitoring before the Mahapanchayat. The administration has deployed eight companies of PAC with more than 1000 personnel and in addition more than one thousand policemen from all the districts of Meerut region.
Apart from the place where the Mahapanchayat is taking place, security forces have also been deployed in other areas of the city. According to a report in the English newspaper Indian Express, Superintendent of Police (Muzaffarnagar) Abhishek Yadav said, “Apart from Muzaffarnagar, around 1000 policemen from Saharanpur, Meerut, Ghaziabad, Shamli and Baghpat districts were on the highways and links leading to the venue on September 5. Will be posted on the road. He said that special drones equipped with digital cameras would send live pictures of the incident every second to prevent any untoward incident during the mahapanchayat. For security, CCTVs will be installed at all the intersections of Muzaffarnagar.
The Kisan Mahapanchayat, called by the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) and supported by several organizations opposing the new agricultural laws of the Centre, will be organized at the Government Inter College Ground in Muzaffarnagar. The organizers have claimed that the mahapanchayat will be the biggest ever meeting of farmers at one place where they will “strategy to revive the West Bengal model to ensure the BJP’s defeat in the Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand assembly elections”.
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Dharmendra Malik, media in-charge of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh said, “The Narendra Modi government is not ready to listen to our complaints about those three harsh agricultural laws, which are ready to sound the death knell for farmers and benefit only a select few capitalists. Made to deliver. The time has come for the farmers to start the campaign to uproot the BJP from Muzaffarnagar, because it is from here that the BJP harvested its political crop and grabbed power by sowing the seeds of communalism at the Center and in the state.”
Apart from all local khaps and farmers’ unions, all non-BJP parties have extended their support to the mahapanchayat. The Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) has claimed that it will make arrangements for the stay of at least 10,000 farmers in Muzaffarnagar from September 4 to 5.