Farmer agitation has been going on for more than 75 days on different boundaries of Delhi against three agricultural laws. On January 26, a tractor rally was organized by the farmers in Delhi, under the guise of which the farmers created a huge uproar in the national capital. Now the farmer leaders Claim Did that 16 farmers involved in the tractor march are still missing.
Actually, United Kisan Morcha has Saturday (February 13, 2021) in a press conference, alleging that farmers are being implicated in fake cases, they are being harassed. The farmers have decided that now they will stay here. The movement will not stop.
United Kisan Morcha said, “16 farmers who participated in the tractor parade on 26 January are still missing. There should be a judicial inquiry into the incident of Republic Day. ” Farmer leaders have claimed, “Delhi Police has arrested 122 farmers in connection with 14 FIRs. The United Front will provide legal and financial assistance to the arrested farmers. “
Farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal accused the government, “The Indian government is misleading the entire country by lying. The government is saying that we are not being told what is black in these laws, in 11 meetings with the government, we have been told 3 times each on each clause what is black. ”
At the same time, Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesman of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, said on this, “This movement is a mass liberation movement, people are hostages and they have to be released, that’s why a mahapanchayat is being done.” Let me tell you that many kinds of questions have started to arise on the movement that has been going on for so many days.
Of movement Leadership The details of their assets are also being collected on the tax leaders for its funding. To which Tikait said, “I do not know how much property has been told, I do not have anything.”
Rakesh Tikait said, “United Kisan Morcha is fully united. There are schedules until 23 February which we are working on. The movement will go on strongly, we are making our strategy. Farmers don’t have to be desperate. “