Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said on Tuesday that if the central government did not withdraw the farm laws, then this time the call would be to surround the Parliament and there would be four lakhs and not 40 lakhs. The tractor will go. Along with this, he asked the farmers to be ready because there can be a call to go to Delhi anytime. Tikait was addressing the Kisan Mahapanchayat of United Kisan Morcha in Sikar, Rajasthan on Tuesday. He said, “Open your ears and listen to Delhi, these farmers are also the same and tractors will also be the same.” This time the call will be for the Parliament. Will go to Parliament by saying This time 40 lakh tractors, not four lakhs, will go.
He said that the farmer will plow in the parks near India Gate and will also grow crops. Also said that the date will be decided by the United Front to surround the Parliament. The farmer leader said, “In the case of January 26, there was a conspiracy to defame the farmers of the country … The farmers of the country love the tricolor, but the leaders of this country do not.”
Tikait said that the government has an open challenge from the farmers that if the government does not withdraw the three agricultural laws and does not implement the MSP, then the work of demolishing the godowns of big companies will also be done by the farmers of the country. For this, the United Front will also give a date soon.
The mahapanchayat was also addressed by Yogendra Yadav, the leader of the Swaraj movement, Amararam, the national vice-president of the All India Kisan Sabha, and several farmer leaders, including the National General Secretary of the Kisan Union, Chaudhary Yudhveer Singh. Earlier, Tikait also addressed a farmers’ gathering in Sardarshahar of Churu district.
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