In fact, the farm union leaders took it easy thinking that they could conduct the big rally smoothly not knowing the length of the rally with tractors and personnel. It is not easy to conduct a rally with thousands of tractors lining up for many tens of kilometers. It was totally mismanagement of farm union leaders. There were many disobedient farmers who are not sincere and faithful to their own leaders. The unions have no cooperation and good communication. They totally lack in the organizing rallies.
After the violence, many farm union leaders have withdrawn their protest and returned home. And they are ready to accept the government's offer and amendments to the farm laws.
If Mr. Tikat is stubborn to continue his protest, and if he is willing to commit suicide if the farm laws are not repealed, let him go ahead with his decision. There won't be another Tikat to replace him.
The government is asking the protestors to vacate the borders. Also, the villagers on the borders are not happy with the protestors, and they too request and insist the protestors leave the site.
At this juncture, it would be prudent for the farmers to give up their protest, return home, and resume dialogue with the government, cooperate with the government to make suitable amendments to the farm laws.
Farmers should now give up their adamant attitude as they failed and earned the wrath of the public of India.
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