Amid the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, a monthly panchayat at UP Gate has disappointed the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) President Naresh Tikait. In fact, as soon as Tikait came to speak on the dais during the Kisan Panchayat, he saw that the number of protesters at the dharna had reduced drastically. The pandal of the panchayat is also lying vacant.
According to the news of Dainik Jagran The monthly meeting of the Bharatiya Kisan Union is being held at UP Gate on the 17th of every month in Sisauli, Muzaffarnagar. Last month too, on March 18, this meeting was held at UP Gate, but like this time, BKU President Naresh Tikait was disappointed to see the number of crowds still low. It is known that on one hand there is an increasing pace of corona in every state while on the other hand there is heavy negligence at the UP gate. The mask is missing from the faces of the people sitting in front of the stage.
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Significantly, the growing influence of Corona has increased restrictions throughout the country. Everyone is trying to avoid getting into a crowded area. However, the farmer leader Rakesh Tikait is not deterring from his action even in such a serious situation. He says that just as he will live in his village, he will also live at UP Gate, Singhu Border and Tikri Border. He has said that the movement will not end, it will continue.
Rakesh Tikait said that farmers have been staying at UP Gate, Singhu Border and Tikri Border for 5 months. In a way, the farmers have established their village here. If there is a lockdown, will the people not live in the village? Tikait also said that if there is a lockdown, then its rules will be followed. Farmers from villages will not come here. But the one who is here will stay here. The movement will go on.
Please tell here that the farmers’ agitation has been going on since November 28 at the UP Gate to protest against the new agricultural law. This is the reason why many lanes going to Delhi are closed. Many vehicles are also facing problems due to this. But Tikait and other protesters are not affected much by the problem of the common people. He is adamant on his own arbitrariness and is disappointed to see less crowds.