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Covid-19’s growing havoc, Rakesh Tikait will not stop saying farmer movement

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Indian farmers ‘union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait said on Thursday (April 29) that the farmers’ agitation would continue. This is what Tikait says meaning It was that no matter how the infection progressed, the movement’s gimmick would continue.

Kisan Maha Panchayat in Prem Nagar village in Bhiwani, Haryana on 29 April Addressed While speaking, Tikait said that even after the second wave of Covid-19 infection, the farmers would not leave the protest site in the Delhi border.

Tikait said, “Amidst the growing transition of Covid-19, the government wants to suppress the voice of the farmers. We are ready to talk to the government. Farmers in Gujarat are the most affected, but if the issue of farmers is not resolved, then the BJP government will implement the Gujarat model across the country. ”

Commenting on the donations received for the Ram temple, Tikait also said that it is better to appeal to the people to open new AIIMS than donating to the Ram temple. Accusing the Haryana government, Tikait said that the government could not even set up a medical college in Bhiwani after being in power for 6 years.

Speaking on the language of Rakesh Tikait, another farmer leader Gurnam Singh Charuni said that even if the government imposes Section 144 of the CrPC in the entire country even then the peasant movement will continue.

Many farmers of Punjab and Haryana have been sitting on a dharna in the highways coming towards Delhi demanding the repeal of agricultural laws passed by the Modi government for the last 5 months.

These agricultural laws were passed by the Modi government in September 2020. These are three agricultural laws, Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Simplification) Act 2020, Farmers (Empowerment and Security) Pricing Agreement Act 2020, Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act 2020.

Even before Report It has been given that Covid-19 infection spread rapidly in Delhi and adjoining states due to the demonstrations and farmer rallies around the Delhi border. Data obtained by the National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) based on genome sequencing suggest that UK strains of coronaviruses have been effective in many northern states, including Punjab. Two scientists from central government laboratories also informed that due to the large number of people gathering in Punjab, this strain of coronavirus spread to Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.

Covid-19 infection has caused great damage to Delhi. On Thursday (April 29), there were 395 deaths in Delhi due to the infection. On the same day, 24,235 newly infected patients were found inside Delhi and the infection rate has increased to 32.82. From the data released by the Health Department, it has been found that there have been more than 300 consecutive deaths in Delhi for the last eight days.

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