Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has announced that they are going to do farming in the parks located nearby India Gate. According to the media reports, Tikait appealed to the protesting farmers to be ready for the “Delhi march”. Farmer protesting leader Rakesh Tikait has been declared on Tuesday that if the government did not take back their farm laws this time more than 40 lakh tractors will be going to surround the Parliament house. Tikait was introducing at the Kisan Mahapanchayat of Unite Kisan Morcha in Sikar.
On Tuesday he gave the statement that “If Central government will not take their continuous farming laws back then this time the framers will be going to surrounded the Parliament and this time, not 4 lakhs but 40 lakhs tractors will be going to move towards the Parliament.” He also encourages the farmers to be made ready for the “Delhi March” as the call for this march can be informed at any time. He informs that the date to surrounded the Parliament will be declared by the leaders of the United Front.
The farmer leader informed that they would cultivate the parks located nearby India Gate and develop crops there. He also stated that a plot was devised to harm the image of the farmers amid their tractor parade on 26, January when brutality had erupted in Delhi. “The farmers of India love their national flag, but the leaders of India did not,” he utter. Tikait said the farmers are giving open challenges to the Central govt. that if they will not repeal their ongoing agricultural laws and do not apply the MSP then the Indian farmers will be going to destroy the big godown of big corporates. The United Front will be going to inform the date soon.
Mahapanchayat was addressed by Swaraj Andolan leader Yogendra Yadav, Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Sabha national vice president AmraRam, Kisan Union national general secretary Choudhary Yudhveer Singh and many other farmers leaders. Before that Rakesh Tikait was addressed at the farmers’ assembly in Sardarshahar of Churu District.
Farmers also declared that they will be going to do several events till February 27 against the Centre’s three agricultural laws. They also conducted “Pagadi Sambhal Diwas” on Tuesday. The Samyukt Kisna Morcha (SKM), previously declared that under their tender escalation program, on 24 February will be conducted “Daman Virodhi Diwas” in order to give respect to the farmers and no “repressive measures” going to be taken adjacent them.