New Delhi: If the government do not listen to the farmers over agricultural laws, then the agitation can continue till January 26. This is said by Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesman of the Indian Farmers Union (BKU). Rakesh said in gestures that the movement can continue till January 26. He said one more thing that the supply of food chain and essential goods of Delhi will not be stopped.
Rakesh Tikait further said that the government is not going to accept it so soon, we are going with the target till January 26, before that the government will not agree. He said that this will also be done on the lines of the way Mahendra Singh Tikait had organized the farmer movement 30 years ago. Tikait also said that other people of the villages are also waiting to come to Delhi. He also said, 'The talks with the government will continue and the farmer will continue to conduct its panchayat, if the government does not agree, the farmer will not agree also.'
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait further said, 'In the meeting yesterday we do not sell the crop below the minimum support price (MSP), the farmer gets the right to go to court if there is a dispute, the holding capacity of the traders should be abolished. Will buy goods from the country or from abroad, who will control it? Will question it.'