India is having the history of anti-human or you can say anti-citizen laws as every year, it is making the life of its citizens more tough and complicating by imposing taxes and collecting more money of western style but providing no facilities.
Recently the Indian farmer protests against the anti-farmer laws (three farm acts i.e. 1-Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, 2-Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020 and 3-Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020 which were passed by the Parliament of India in September 2020).
In Punjab, small scale protests had started in August 2020 when the farm bills were made public. It was only after the passage of the acts that more farmers and farm unions across India joined the protests against the reforms.
On 25 September 2020 farm unions all over India called for a Bharat Bandh (a call for nation-wide shutting down) to protest against anti-farmer laws.
The most widespread protests took place in Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh but demonstrations were also reported in Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Kerala and other states. The spark for farmers right have emerged now all over the world, and indian citizens are protest in commonwealth realm countries i.e. UK, Canada, Australia, Newzeland, Pakistan and even in United States.
It has become the global campaign against Indian government by its own citizens who are awaking all around the world to stop the fascist regime of Modi and Hindu fundamentalism. A nationwide participation of 250 million people and at international level of more than 300 million participations, it has become the largest anti-government protests of the world.
On 30 November, India Today estimated that between 200,000 and 300,000 farmers were converging at various border points on the way to Delhi under the campaign ‘Delhi Chalo’ (Go to Delhi) as the Indian government has completely closed all the roads to Delhi and Delhi is facing complete shutdown situation.
It has been estimated that over 500 farmer unions from all over the India are protesting which are being supported by almost all transport unions representing over 14 million truckers, bus drivers and taxi drivers.
Currently, as of 15 December, the farmers have sieged the all toll plazas and allowed free movement all over the country and no any citizen is paying any kind of transport tax etc.