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    Farmers’ stir: will set aside my personal views, says Anil Ghanwat after being named on SC panel


    Farmers’ stir: will set aside my personal views, states Anil Ghanwat after being called on SC panel

    His videos supporting the farm laws are on YouTube


    Anil Ghanwa.


    His videos supporting the farm laws are on YouTube

    From an employee with late farmer leader Sharad Joshi’s Shetkari Sanghatana (SS) to a member of a Supreme Court-appointed committee to hold talks with farmers, Anil Ghanwat, a known advocate of Central federal government’s three farm laws on Tuesday stated that he will hold talks with the protesting farmers, irrespective of his personal viewpoints, and submit its report.

    Mr. Ghanwat’s former colleagues from the SS however, discussed that he does not represent views of their organisation as he has actually already parted ways and supported Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2019 general elections.

    ” He together with couple of others are no longer with Shetkari Sangathana. They run a different organisation which is called ‘Shetkari Sangathan-inspired from Sharad Joshi’. In 2019, general elections that group decided in assistance of the BJP. We oppose both Congress and the BJP,” stated Kalidas Apet, executive president of SS, which is presently being headed by veteran farmer leader Raghunathdada Patil. Mr. Apet stated that the SS does not support the laws in its present type.

    Mr. Ghanwat concerned the limelight in June 2019 when the SS tried to plant banned Genetically Customized Herbicide Tolerant (HT) Bt Cotton seed in Akola district, which he explained as the civil disobedience motion to demonstration versus Main government’s indecisiveness in authorizing next basic GM seeds. He has actually currently supported the 3 controversial farm laws, videos of which are on his YouTube channel.

    Talking about his visit, Mr. Ghanwat said he had not looked for the position. It should be because of the government which tape-records activities of farmer organisations that they found him suitable for the job. “The committee will go to them, if they do not come to us,” he said, when asked about objecting farmers’ aversion to talk with the committee. Asked about his political inclination, he said that politics does not matter when it concerns farmers’ interests.

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