Who has been the inspiration of the agitators from Karnal to Lakhimpur since the beginning of the fierce movement against the three agricultural laws? Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram, who is called the messiah of the farmers? No. Baba Mahendra Singh Tikait, on whose call lakhs of farmers surrounded Delhi? No. Ghasiram Nain, who raised the flag for the rights of farmers in Haryana? No. Even if Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale was not a farmer leader. There should not be any movement for the farmers, but there should be a Kundli border or the Tikri border of Haryana-Delhi.
Everywhere you will find flags with Bhindranwala’s picture. People wearing Bhindranwale’s picture will be found. There is no dearth of devotees of Bhindranwale on the Ghazipur border of Delhi-Uttar Pradesh. Although now the crowd is less in all the three major picketing sites, then the supporters of Khalistan have also reduced, but their dominance is theirs.
On September 27, when the agitators called for a ‘Bharat Bandh’, some people who closed the market in Karnal had flags with Bhindranwale’s picture in their hands, while in Lakhimpur those who were throwing stones and sticks on vehicles, many of them were wearing Bhindranwale’s T-shirts. were printed.
It is worth mentioning that the most popular leader of the movement is Rakesh Tikait. The Bharatiya Kisan Union which was founded by his father Mahendra Singh Tikait, the pictures of those Mahendra Singh Tikait are nowhere to be seen. It is a different matter that the Bharatiya Kisan Union, which was founded by Mahendra Singh Tikait, has now been divided into several sections.
But the universal claim on the union of Mahendra Singh Tikait belongs to his sons Naresh Tikait and Mahendra Tikait. Rakesh is a leading leader of the Tikait movement. Still, he does not object to Bhindranwala’s flag, T-shirt instead of Mahendra Singh Tikait.
On the contrary, he says that if the Bharatiya Janata Party calls us Khalistani, then we will call them Talibani. Two independent units of the Bharatiya Kisan Union are dominant in Haryana. One is led by Jogendra Nain, son of Late Ghasiram Nain, while the other is led by Gurnam Chadhuni. The third unit belongs to Bhupendra Singh Mann
who is opposed to the movement. Jogendra Nain also never said anything about Bhindranwale devotees. He has also been suspended once from the stage steering committee at the picketing site on the Tikari border. Suspended, another Punjab leader Ruldu Singh Mansa has also been suspended, but Mansa is the only leader whose suspension was due to criticism of Khalistanis. No other leader objected to it.
Although the people of the agitating organizations accept that Khalistan supporters have a hand in inciting violence in the demonstrations, but no one speaks openly. Even the intelligence agencies do not keep an eye on them. Did not become conscious even after the violence in Delhi on Republic Day. Had she done so, the incidents of violence would not have recurred.