However if the unrest is unjustified, due to misguided motivation and vested interest, can cause harmful to the peace and co-existence of the people or the country and so cannot be allowed, then also it should be dealt with firmness and with needed force at the very start itself.
In a democratic country, no government can face the anger of people because they may lose elections so they come to protestors and accept their demands. UPA had this fear so the government concurred with the protestors but now our government has no fear of losing the next elections. They are still confident that people will elect them.
Nowadays there is so much commotion in U.P. but nothing will happen against the government. BJP will win the 2022 U.P. elections and then in 2024 Modi government will again win the Parliamentary elections.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"
But political parties only create these unrests. All political parties want to be in power. They feel that by creating negative ideas about the government they can win the hearts of the public. So they pay money to the poor and engage them in creating this unrest. All parties behave in the same way when they are not in power. That is how this unrest starts in society. Added to the politicians there will be some anti-social elements and they will also help in creating this unrest. As long as poor people get money, food and drink they don't bother for going to processions and other agitations.