Indian Farmers Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait has deleted the tweet regarding the attack on his convoy in Rajasthan. In this, he accused the BJP of attacking. The attack took place on 2 April in Alwar district. At that time Tikait was going to address the gathering in Harsaura. The glass of the vehicles included in the convoy was broken in the stone pelting.
In the incident that took place with farmer leader Rakesh Tikait, 4 people have been detained. The remaining people have been nominated and sent to the team, they too will be detained soon. There has been talk of throwing ink, showing black flags. How the glass is broken is being investigated: ASP Gurusharan https://t.co/RmbdYeyYgo pic.twitter.com/MOTLI070DW
– ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) April 2, 2021
On receiving information about the attack, supporters of Tikait blocked the National Highway 9 on the Ghazipur border of Delhi-UP. Later traffic was restored after police intervention.
Sharing the video on Twitter, Tikait wrote, “A murderous attack by democracy goons on the Tatarspur intersection of Bansur Road, Tatarpur in Alwar district of Rajasthan, pictures of murder of democracy.”
Tikait deleted the tweet containing ‘attack’. But, I forgot to delete the posts related to it on Facebook. He has not stated why he deleted the tweet. But, netizens had targeted him for accusing the BJP of the incident in Rajasthan.
Attack on Rakesh Tikait in Rajasthan, when the media used to get away from Kejriwal, the poor person used to slap himself from his activist and collect media coverage, Tikait is also Kejri’s henchman, the media is not shoving it, sometimes in Orissa and sometimes in Rajasthan itself. Slapping activists
– Pushpendra Kulshreshtha (@ThePushpendra_) April 2, 2021
Responding to this, Pushpendra Kulshrestha wrote, “Attack on Rakesh Tikait in Rajasthan. When the media used to get away from Kejriwal, the poor person used to slap himself from his worker and collect media coverage. Tikait is also Kejri’s henchman, the media is not giving it grass, sometimes Odisha or Rajasthan is slapping its own workers. . “
– SuperStar Raj 🇮🇳 (@NagpurKaRajini) April 3, 2021
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also tweeted about this incident. Reacting to this, a user wrote that Rakesh Tikait has deleted his tweet. Now it’s your turn Chief Minister. Another user wrote on Ashok Gehlot’s tweet, “How can anyone attack during Congress government, that means you have not made security arrangements and are blaming BJP from above.”
Congress Govt ke rahate koyi kese attack kar sakata ha, isaka matlab aapne suraksha ke bandobast nahi kiye, aur upar se BJP ke upar iljam laga rahe ha !!
– Sanjay Pareek (@sanjaypareek_) April 3, 2021
Another user wrote, “After investigation, it will be known that those people were Congressmen like Ashok Gehlot.”
After investigation, it will be known that those people were as much as Congressmen like Ashok Gehlot,,,,,,
– Jay Prakash Agnihotri (@ JayPrakashAgni1) April 3, 2021
A user named Amit Gautam wrote, “BJP is responsible if any incident happens in Uttar Pradesh and BJP is responsible even if an incident happens in Rajasthan. Hey brother, get it checked. Don’t make a cry out of this government is yours. “
If any incident happens in Uttar Pradesh, BJP is responsible and if any incident happens in Rajasthan also, BJP is responsible.
– amit gautam (@AmitRubalgautam) April 3, 2021
Explain that the farmers have been agitating for more than four months on the borders of Delhi (Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur). The movement of Ghazipur border is led by Rakesh Tikait. Tikait says that the agitation will continue till the central government withdraws the three new agricultural laws.