Friday, September 30, 2022

Tikait made this big allegation on the central government regarding the farmers’ movement

New Delhi: Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait alleged that the central government was trying to take the farmers’ agitation from the Delhi border to Jind in Haryana.

Before calling it a ploy of the Modi government, he said that farmers will not leave their protest sites on the borders of Delhi “at any cost”.

Addressing a gathering of farmers in Jind, Rakesh Tikait said, “The central government wants the movement to be transferred from the borders of Delhi to Jind in Haryana. But we will not allow their move to succeed.”

“They want the movement center to be transferred from Delhi borders to Haryana. But we will not leave Delhi borders at any cost,” he said.

Tikait, however, said that the protests by farmers against the three agricultural laws at various places including toll plazas in Haryana would continue as before.

Several rounds of talks between farmers and the government have failed to break the deadlock over three central laws.

A government panel had met farmer leaders on January 22. There have been no talks between the two sides since January 26, when a farmers’ tractor rally turned violent in the national capital.

The Farmer’s Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Agricultural Services Act, 2020 and the Demand for Essential Commodities Act, 2020, be withdrawn and guarantee of minimum support price of crops Farmers have been camping on the borders of Delhi since November 2020 for a new law to be enacted.

However, the government has maintained that the three central laws are pro-farmer.

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