BKU leader Rakesh Tikait announces Hal Kranti, says- lakhs farmer may reach Parliament on Tractor


Rakesh Tikait said that the government of loot has come to power now, we have to be careful with it.


Rakesh Tikait (Rakesh Tikait), leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) in Sheopur, Madhya Pradesh, said on Monday (March 8) that if required, to repeal three new farm laws. Millions of farmers will reach Parliament on tractors. Without naming Narendra Singh Tomar, Tikait called him the Union Agriculture Minister without any rights.

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Tikait, a prominent peasant leader of the farmers’ agitation on various borders of Delhi, demanding the withdrawal of the three agricultural laws of the Center, said at a farmers rally in Sheopur on Monday, “If the need arises, we should repeal the three black laws.” Lakhs of people will reach Parliament on tractors. There were 3,500 tractors in Delhi on Republic Day, these were not rental tractors.

The BKU leader said, “AAP (local BJP MP Narendra Singh Tomar) has been chosen by you.” He cannot answer by himself. He used to go back with the files and come back with an answer. ”Tikait said that the government of loot has come to power now, we have to be careful with it.

He asked the farmers to start breaking barricades from Sheopur itself. He called for starting a plow revolution. However, he did not say much on this. BKU state secretary Anil Yadav said that Tikait will address two more farmer rallies in Rewa and Jabalpur on March 14 and 15 this fortnight. Tikait has planned to visit five states – Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Karnataka and Telangana – to make farmers aware and gain support of the farmers’ movement.

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