Union Home Minister Amit Shah will come to Patna on February 22 to participate in the Kisan Sammelan organized by the Bihar unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). This Kisan Sammelan of BJP is being organized on the occasion of the birth anniversary of monk and farmer leader Swami Sahajanand Saraswati. BJP’s Bihar unit president Sanjay Jaiswal and Rajya Sabha member Vivek Thakur said in a joint press conference that Shah would participate in the party’s Kisan Sammelan on February 22.
Jaiswal dismissed speculation that the birth anniversary of Swami Sahajanand Saraswati was being celebrated as a strategy to consolidate the party’s upper caste support base. He said, “The contribution of Swami Sahajanand Saraswati has been accepted by historians all over the world. Please don’t see it from any narrow perspective.
Referring to the violence in Buxar, BJP leaders also termed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as “anti-farmer”. It is noteworthy that on January 11, farmers protest turned violent in Buxar demanding compensation for land acquired for thermal power project. He alleged that when the Chief Minister went to Buxar recently during the ‘Samadhan Yatra’, he did not even consider it appropriate to meet the affected farmers. Swami Sahajanand Saraswati was born in 1889 in Uttar Pradesh. He had established an ashram in Bihta, Bihar, where he was active in solving the problems of the farmers.
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