Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP’s) Gujarat unit chief CR Patil on Wednesday said that the ongoing protests by the farmers against the Centre’s reforms at Delhi borders was a planned conspiracy by opposition parties to destabilise the country adding that the Centre won’t let this happen.
“This agitation is a planned conspiracy by the opposition to destabilise the nation, but the central government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not let this happen. Since opposition parties have lost their base, they are trying to create anarchy in the country,” Patil told reporters as part of the BJP’s outreach exercise to make people aware of the three laws which were being opposed by some of the farmer groups.
Patil alleged that the Congress party was in favour of these reforms when it was in power but it was now spreading falsehood and misguiding farmers.
“Congress was also in favour of these agricultural reforms when it was in power. But now, the opposition party is spreading falsehood and misguiding farmers. People need to identify such forces and remain cautious about their motives,” the BJP Gujarat chief added.