In the middle of nationwide protests against the farm Acts passed by Parliament, the Delhi BJP has quietly begun drumming up support for them on one hand and on the other utilising the opportunity to gather political munition against the Aam Aadmi Party government across the Capital’s rural belt.
According to sources, the initiative would allow the BJP to bide time till the “monetary benefits” of the Acts manifested themselves as farmers went about the retail of this current season’s harvest.
At a party meeting on Sunday, it was decided that the party would undertake a three-day programme to educate Delhi’s farmers on the three farm Acts, led by Leader of the Opposition Ramvir Singh Bidhuri.
“The party will hold several meetings and events across 360 villages in Delhi. The farmer community settled in these villages is connected to States such as Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and…