The UP police took away the leader of the Samajwadi Party


Bengali Hunt Desk: Farmers today called for a boycott of India to demand the repeal of the controversial agricultural law. Several opposition parties have backed the ban. Although the Yogi administration had earlier warned that strict action would be taken only if there was an argument in the name of Bandh. But behind the peasant movement, the opposition political parties are busy with political achievements. Ziaul Islam, a leader of the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh, was arrested this time for trying to enforce the ban.

The dam has had a mixed effect across the country. In several parts of Uttar Pradesh, Samajwadi Party workers have been accused of being too active to make the dam a success. In Gorakhpur too, they were doing bad things. That is why the police arrested Ziaul Islam, the former SP metropolitan principal of Gorakhpur.

Farmers in Punjab and Haryana have been protesting on the Delhi border for nearly two weeks in protest of the controversial agriculture law. The leaders of the farmers' association have already held five rounds of meetings with the government to resolve the issue. Although they did not work. The meeting will be held again tomorrow. However, in the midst of all this, India is closed today [Bharat Bandh] Farmers call.

However, the Yogi government is absolutely opposed to the ban. The Uttar Pradesh police has issued guidelines saying anyone can support the bandh. But in the name of making it a success, strict action will be taken against the accused if the shop is forced to close or there is a commotion. In this context, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said yesterday, ‘Some political parties in the country want to disrupt the peace and order in the country. In particular, the position of some political parties on agricultural law is making their duplicitous character more clear to the people.