The student power appears to possess an anti-establishment and a revolutionary tone.
While in the case of a farmer the reform delivered double benefit but the political class faces double whammy, that of losing its captive vote bank that was dependent on its sops and secondly losing the massive income they earned as middlemen between the farmer and the consumer. Either the farmer is misinformed or wrongly instigated, otherwise it is impossible to conceive that any farmer should be actually unhappy or opposed for being given more choices, as to whom to sell their produce.
Ashok Swain, who is a professor in Sweden’s Uppsala’s University was upset that such protest doesn’t happen in India, so did another ‘journalist’ Rana Ayyub. Instead of showing solidarity with a man who lost his life, these opportunists are provoking vandalism and mayhem in India too.
अमेरिका में जो पुलिस द्वारा असंवेदनशील और बर्बर कृत्य हुआ उसका हम जब अवलोकन करते है तो पाते है कि इस घटना की निंदा और विरोध का जो आंदोलन है वो अपने उद्देश्य से दूर कहीं वैचारिक उन्मादी और हिंसक पशु समान लोगो के हाथों में पहुंच गया है जिनको एक चिंगारी की आवयश्कता थी अपनी कुंठा बाहर निकालने के लिए.
Is it legitimate for a bunch of politicians who don't have the people's mandate, coupled with sundry 'intellectuals' and 'artistes' who have never fought an election in their life, to cause disruption in public life in an attempt to hold the elected government to ransom?
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