'BJP MP will resign in support of Kisan movement ...', stirred up by Rakesh Tikait's claim

New Delhi: 100 days of the agitation of farmers against the agricultural laws of the Center are nearing completion. Meanwhile, Rakesh Tikait, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), has increased the restlessness of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), making a claim. Rakesh Tikait says that in the same month a BJP MP will resign in support of the movement, the number of BJP MPs will remain, the same day this movement will run.

However, Rakesh Tikait has not named the name of the BJP MP, but after his statement, there is a lot of speculation. Some people say that the MP who resigns may be from western Uttar Pradesh, while some people say that the BJP MP from Punjab or Haryana may resign. Earlier, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait had said that till the withdrawal of all the three laws and the law guaranteeing the MSP, our movement will end. He had said that the farmers are in no hurry, no matter how long it takes, we are not calling the opposition party or denying anyone, there are many BJP leaders with us.

On the question of rallying in West Bengal, Rakesh Tikait had said that the court has imposed some sanctions on us, where we would like to, we will meet there. He said that our target is on the central government, when the Center has framed the law, then take back the center itself, why should we fight the state governments.

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