Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait warns govt of tractor march on 26 January

Jan 14 2021 04:44 PM
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait warns govt of tractor march on 26 January

New Delhi: Farmers union leader Rakesh Tikait has once again warned that farmers' organisations will continue their agitation against the three agricultural laws of the central government. He has warned of a major tractor rally with the Republic Day parade on January 26. Rakesh Tikait said, "Farmers will continue their protest till the agricultural laws are cancelled. If our demands are not met, you will see a massive tractor rally with the Republic Day Parade on January 26. '

Indian Farmers Union (Bhakiu) leader Rakesh Tikait reiterated that the farmers would not return unless the agricultural laws were repealed, even if the farmers had to agitation by 2024. However, Tikait said the farmers will continue their talks with the government on Friday. This is our strategy. The Republic Day parade will be held on 26th January, but if three laws are not withdrawn, it will take a big tractor march.

Rakesh Tikat warned that the government tells us, terrorists, it makes our opposition more empowered than ever before. "Let the apex court order come on Monday," he said. We went to Maharashtra, now we will also visit Odisha, Karnataka and Himachal Pradesh to mobilize support for the farmers. We will run campaigns across the country. On January 23, we will hold protests outside the offices of governors of various states.

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