Sikh protests against Modi government intensify, farmers’ sit-in enters fourth week
Sikh protests against Modi government intensified. The suicide of a Sikh religious leader in protest of Modi’s tyranny shook India. Meanwhile, the farmers’ protest against the anti-farmer policies of the Modi government entered its fourth week.
The tyrant Narendra Modi did not accept, but the peasant leader gave up.
Saint Baba Ram Singh, from Karnal in Haryana, shot himself to death on the Delhi border. Before committing suicide, the religious leader also wrote a letter in Punjabi, expressing his solidarity with the farmers. Are committing suicide.
Babaram Singh also wrote that … to oppress is a sin, so to endure it is also a sin. Opposition leader Rahul Gandhi blamed the Modi government for the suicide of a Sikh religious leader. He said that Saint Baba Ram Singh committed suicide due to the plight of Sikhs. The Modi government has crossed all the boundaries of tyranny.
Meanwhile, the farmers’ protest against the anti-farmer policies of the Modi government entered its fourth week. Thousands of farmers are holding sit-ins at the entrances of Delhi. The protest has severely affected the traffic system on the city’s main highways, while the Delhi High Court has refused to hear a petition against the farmers’ protest.