New Delhi: Farmers' organizations have been protesting agricultural policies enacted by the central government for almost a year. Rakesh Tikait, National Spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhakiu), will travel to Lucknow on November 22nd to attend the Mahapanchayat. Farmers are coming to Lucknow, he has informed the Yogi government.
This Mahapanchayat will take place in Eco Garden, which is near to the Lucknow railway station. On the other side, in response to Rakesh Tikait's remark that our gathering would be peaceful, Rakesh Tikait has now stated that "we are not going to wage any battle in Lucknow," and that "Yogi is the state's chief minister, and he needs to inform them that farmers are coming." Our meeting will take place in a calm environment. "Farmers should know right away that they will have talks," Tikait stated. In the meantime, we'll weigh in on paddy procurement, Ajay Mishra's Teni case, and the police investigation.'
Tikait denied the "bakkal tarne" claim, saying, "There is nothing like that, and we will discuss it peacefully." Tikait responded to CM Yogi's comments that they must welcome the farmers. Tikait stated that on November 29, 500 farmers will travel to Delhi to encircle the Parliament. At the same time, he stated that in five years, there would be such electoral workers who engage people in Jinnah, caste, and religion, before of the scheduled UP elections next year. It is necessary to stay away from them. In five years, such people can learn to fly.