Farmer Protest to last for 35 months, Rakesh Tikait threatens- Then 5 lakh tractors will reach Delhi

New Delhi: In an ongoing farmers' agitation at the Kheda border on the Delhi-Jaipur highway, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhakiu) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait on Saturday said that the government is adamant, so the farmers' agitation will continue for another 35 months. The Government wants to talk about the conditions, but the farmers will not consider the three laws to be less than repealed. On the question of the Haryana government's strictures, Tikait said farmers are waiting for the Haryana government's strictures.

Rakesh Tikait said farmers are not going to be afraid under any circumstances. On the question of a low number of farmers on the border, Tikait said that as per the strategy, this is being done once the government wants to see our strength. 5 lakh tractors will reach Delhi again. On the question of Gurnam Chadhuni's separation, Tikait said that this has been done because of the different views. The Kisan Morcha is not in favor of contesting the elections, but the Chadhunis were trying to contest the elections. He will also come together soon and his mind will also change.

Reacting to BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi's question of describing farmers as Mawali, Tikait said that farmers respect women but this is being done by some people. The farmer will continue to fight for his rights.

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