In order to strengthen the farmers’ movement in the midst of the Farmers’ Protest, the Farmers’ Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait had called upon the farmers of Uttar Pradesh to strengthen the agitation. To reach it, even if you destroy your standing crop, but definitely reach the movement. After which, in Muzaffarnagar district of western Uttar Pradesh, as soon as the day came on Sunday, farmer Guddu Chaudhary, resident of Bhaisi village of Khatauli police station area, destroyed the cultivation of 10 acres of wheat of 1 acre meaning half-finished with his tractor Rutari.
Kisan Guddu Chaudhary said that our movement is going on on the Ghazipur border and the government is calling us terrorists and Khalistani. The government is not able to give us the right rate for our crops and that is why we have plowed our wheat crop today. Rakesh Tikait was called, we destroyed our crop and now we will go to the movement on the Ghazipur border.
“… then we will burn our crop”: Rakesh Tikait warns government
Significantly, amid the ongoing farmers movement on the Delhi border, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a meeting with farmer leaders today (Sunday). During this, talks related to agricultural laws and farmers were discussed. On the other hand, in many states including Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab, farmers are calling Mahapanchayat. Rakesh Tikait says that his movement will not end until the government withdraws all three agricultural laws.
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