Rakesh Tikait came out in support of Congress openly! will he also step into active politics?

New Delhi: Indian Farmers Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait has emerged as a big face of farmers amid the farmers' agitation that has been going on for nearly 1 year. Rakesh Tikait has, meanwhile, taken a good hold in the state and is seen as a big farmer leader. Rakesh Tikait, 52, is now often in the news for his political statements.

While Rakesh Tikait initially surrounded the Modi government at the Centre because of agricultural laws, his tone seems to be changing with the change of time. Tikait is now seen targeting the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) like a politician and not a farmer leader. He has now made a big statement about the Congress party. In fact, the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri in the past had created a ruckus across the country and the matter has still not cooled down organically. Now discussing the same issue, Rakesh Tikait has supported the Congress party in an interview.

In fact, in the interview, Rakesh Tikait was asked, 'You are called an agent of Congress?' Tikait was stunned on this and in response, he supported the Congress and taking its side said, 'If Congress had been there, it would not have been like this and now there is no opposition in the country. Case settled.'' Tikait has earlier threatened the BJP government to campaign against him in the elections, earlier he had also visited Bengal at the time of elections and now his presence is being seen in UP. Many political experts also say that Tikait is fighting to give power not to the farmers but to the Congress and the opposition, otherwise what is the point of continuing the agitation when agricultural laws are banned from the Supreme Court?

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