Meerut: The office bearers of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) staged a sit-in protest against the Agneepath scheme in the entire western North Padesh districts and tehsils including Meerut today. During this, the protesters demanded the withdrawal of the agneepath brought by the Central Government for army recruitment in the country. A foot march was taken out by the BKU to the district headquarters to protest against the Agneepath scheme. Meerut divisional president Guddu Pradhan alleged that since 2014, the central government has continuously worked to hollow out india's ancestral strong walls.
The central government, members of the farmers' union, have affected the entire country with the arrow of its failed schemes. With every failed plan, hundreds of Indians have had to sacrifice their lives. More than a hundred people died directly and hundreds indirectly in the line of demonetisation, half the country was ruined. After this, even after clapping in the Corona period, thousands of people walked away due to the government's chaos.
He further said that by issuing the Tughlaqi decree on agriculture, the foundation stone of India, he agitated the farmers and took the bouquet of hundreds of farmers and repealed the black farm laws. He further said that if the dictator government did not even fill its stomach, then the promise made to the youth of India, two crore jobs every year, was implemented by the peculiar contract law Agneepath scheme, tarnishing it.