Ghaziabad: Today 201 days have passed since the farmers movement started. Now what's their strategy next. Talking to the media, National Spokesperson of Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhakiu) Rakesh Tikait informed about this. Talking about the movement, Rakesh Tikait says that the government may not be talking about the movement, but we are adamant.
On a recent visit to Bengal, Rakesh Tikait had said, "We had gone to meet CM Mamata Banerjee about the farmers' problem". He had talked about coming to Delhi and also said that, 'We will connect the Chief Ministers with us. We are also being accused of raising the voice of agitating farmers, but we went to meet the Chief Minister and not from any Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader".
Rakesh Tikait, who made headlines for the kisan movement, said 'Don't vote for the BJP in the Uttar Pradesh elections. He said the BJP government is cheating farmers. The payment of sugarcane has not been increased at all, it is not talking about the interest of the farmers, so we have boycotted them. On the Zilla panchayat member, Rakesh Tikait said that there is a BJP government in power, a Zilla panchayat member company, but with the help of the police and the administration in the race for the president, he is trying to creates pressure".