Should Kejriwal withdraw from the CM post

The question of the farmers' protest reached the US parliament, and MPs wrote a letter to Mike Pompeo

The issue of peasant protest has reached the US parliament. Here seven MPs wrote to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asking him to speak to the Indian counterpart. The Indo-American Pramila Jaipal is also included in these seven MPs. The Indian government has already said that this is an internal matter and that no outsider should interfere.

Opposition to the peasant movement has also come out against the government, and the issue is to support the peasants. In the meantime, Mamata Banerjee, chief minister of West Bengal, is planning a joint rally with anti-BJP parties in Calcutta, while the CPM has issued a joint statement with eleven parties. This is in contradiction to the peasant laws. It also includes NCP, DMK and Congress. The government is now watching the Supreme Court.

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This joint statement came after Congress reached out for an alliance with the Left Party in Bengal. The government was asked who was spreading the lie. Mamta Banerjee spoke to NCP chief Sharad Pawar about the joint rally. Apart from that, Arvind Kejriwal from AAP and Stalin from DMK were also discussed. Mamta Banerjee will show at this rally that she is up against BJP. This could also shock the left and Congress who are trying to make this struggle triangular.

Rahul Gandhi, Sharat Pawar, DMK TR Baloo, Farooq Abdullah, Akhilesh Yadav, Tejashwi Yadav, Sitaram Yechury and D Raja are also signed in the joint declaration of the opposition parties. In that statement it was said that the government is lying to the farmers while attacking PM Modi. Previously, 11 parties had issued a statement in support of Bharat Bandh. The Aam Aadmi Party is not included in this joint statement

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According to sources, under no circumstances is the government willing to withdraw the law. Now he's watching the Supreme Court. The case will be negotiated again after the winter break. In the meantime, the government will continue to offer talks with farmers. The government hopes the Supreme Court can resolve this dispute. On Thursday, the government again stated that the government is ready to solve all farmers' problems.