In your resignation letter sent to the BJP state president, you alleged that the government was ignoring the demands of the farmers regarding the agriculture law.
In Uttar Pradesh, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Priyambada Tomar resigned from the party on Wednesday (April-April, 2021) in support of the farmers’ movement against three new agricultural laws at the Center. You also resigned from the membership of the Uttar Pradesh Women’s Commission. He resigned at a time when panchayat elections are about to be held in the state. Read more – Red Fort Violence: Gangster Siddhana releases new video, announces Kisan Sabha on February 23
In a resignation letter sent to BJP state president Swadhin Dev Singh, he alleged that the BJP-led government at the Center and in the states was ignoring farmers’ demands for agricultural legislation, which had been protesting for more than four months. Read more – Mia Khalifa retweeted about the peasant movement, saying – until we get the money.
You said that he took this decision only because of the BJP’s ‘anti-peasant’ policy. “The BJP has neglected women in Uttar Pradesh and failed to meet their aspirations,” she said. Read more – Sunil Shetty had to say in the end, nothing is more dangerous than half-truths
He also shared a post on your Facebook about this. “I am deeply hurt by the government’s disgusting negligence and sensitivity towards farmers,” he said. In the voice of my conscience, I am the state executive member of the BJP and resigning from all posts.
(With PTI Hindi input)