The farmers' agitation has been going on for months now. But the last one week has seen a sudden flare up along Delhi's borders. Ultimately, the government listened. Meetings have taken place. Why a situation like this had to arise in the first place? Some experts notice a trend in the Central government's style of functioning - taking a decision at any cost instantly and then managing the consequences. Article 370, CAA, and now the farm laws -- all efforts on building the consensus come after a decision has been taken. On The Big Fight, we ask a very elementary question: Why is consensus the casualty?