International Desk: In India, many farmers' organizations have been protesting against the agrarian bills for the past nearly 3 months on the borders of Delhi. Meanwhile, another nefarious plan of Pakistan has come in the garb of the peasant movement. In Pakistan, the conspiracy has been uncovered under the guise of a tractor rally in Pakistan in the name of the support of the militant Khalistani leader Gopal Singh Chawla in India.
In fact, some militant parties are trying to take advantage of the peasant movement and the government has indicated this many times. Violence during the tractor rally on the streets of Delhi on 26 January, nuisance violence at the Red Fort is being considered part of the Ishii plot. Farmers' organizations, however, state that they had no intention of committing violence.
Now the intelligence agency is investigating to whom this violence happened? . Meanwhile, Chawla's announcement of a tractor rally in Pakistan clearly indicates that the Delhi violence can also be linked to Pakistan. Chawla is believed to be close to Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the Mumbai attack. Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI henchman Chawla has released a video on the internet media talking about the tractor rally, however, he has not given any date.
Sensing the nefarious intentions of Pakistan, the Government of India on 17 February refused to allow the Sikh group led by SGPC to participate in the Centenary Program in Pakistan. It is worth noting that during the agitation farmers organizations have also talked to the government many times, but no result has been found. The case has reached the Supreme Court. The court has shown the way to remove the deadlock between the government and the farmers by constituting a committee of experts.