New crisis hovers over Tikait brothers, allegations of grabbing government land, investigation will start now

Lucknow: A new trouble has arisen in front of the Tikait brothers, who are facing a split in the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU). Both the farmer leaders have been accused of grabbing government land. The official says that investigation will be started in the matter. At the same time, the complainant says that if action is not taken, then this matter will be taken up with PM Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath.

According to media reports, Rahul Mukhiya, who lives in Sisauli village under Muzaffarnagar district of UP, has leveled these allegations against Rakesh Tikait and Naresh Tikait. He has also alleged that no action has been taken even after complaining about it. He said that, 'A decade ago, part of the land in Sisauli village was allotted by the government for the pond. However, the Tikait brothers have filled the pond with mud and illegally constructed a residential property. I have given a complaint in writing to the officials at the district level in this matter and also informed the Union Minister of State Dr. Sanjeev Balyan, but no action has been taken so far.

At the same time, SDM of Budhana area Arun Kumar has said that, 'Investigation will be done in the matter, as the complaint has been registered. We will investigate the matter and take action. At the same time, the chief has also warned that if the district administration does not take any action in the matter, then he will go to PM Modi and CM Yogi for justice. At the same time, Naresh Tikait has called the allegations "baseless" and said that he is "ready for questioning". He said, 'I don't know why these people are blaming me. We have not occupied any government land, all allegations are baseless.

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