In the last few days, the persecution under the guise of the peasant movement has become international. American-Caribbean singer Rihanna and Sweden’s climate activist Greta Thunberg also partnered with propaganda to spread the issue. When the support of these international faces, including Mia Khalifa, was asked to the Indian Farmers Union leader Rakesh Tikait, his answer was what is the problem. But when asked about these celebrities, he Raised hands. On this Rakesh Tikait said, “Why should I know him, would have supported him, what do I know?” By the way, who is this? “
Talking to Rakesh Tikait, he was told that American singer Rihanna, climate activist Greta Thunberg and Mia Khalifa, who worked in adult films, supported the ‘peasant movement’. Rakesh on this Tikait said, “Who are these foreign artists, I don’t know them. But if a foreigner is supporting us then what can be the problem, neither taking anything from us nor giving us anything. ”
Apart from this, Rakesh Tikait also talked about plans to continue the farmer movement. He elaborated under which strategy this alleged peasant movement will proceed. According to Tikait, “A tractor from every village, 15 people will stay here for about 10 days. The protests will proceed based on this strategy. The government wants to prolong the performance of the agricultural law, it does not want to resolve the issue from the talks. If this is what the government wants, then the protestors are also ready to drag it longer. ”
Apart from this, 15 MPs had come to meet the protesters present at Ghazipur border. Those whose efforts were unsuccessful, the reason was that the Delhi Police had stopped the MPs. As a result 15 MPs sat on the other side of the block. He could not talk to the protesters, despite many efforts he could not succeed. According to reports On Thursday, several farmer supporters from Punjab, Haryana, Karnataka, Mathura and Aligarh also reached the Ghazipur border.