Chandigarh: The farmers' agitation had ended after the central government repealed the three farm laws. After this, Rakesh Tikait also did not appear in any movement. However, he has now become active in Haryana. In fact, Anganwadi workers in Kaithal had held a maha panchayat over the pay hike. Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait also arrived and extended his support. Along with this, Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), Sarv Karamchari Sangh, Mahila Samiti and many other organisations also joined the maha panchayat.
Subhash Lamba, the head of the Sarv Karamchari Sangh, has also promised his support to the agitation of Anganwadi workers. Tikait has also demanded that the government should bring back the employees who have been expelled and the matter should be resolved. Let us know that since December 8, Anganwadi workers and helpers have been protesting for their demands. Anganwadi workers say that a lot of activists have been laid off since the agitation began.
Tikait said 'An elected government should never take away the right of the people to protest.' At the same time, the leader of Anganwadi workers said that till the government does not accept their demands, the agitation will not end. He said that the government has said that the salary of Anganwadi workers will be increased by Rs 1500 and that of helpers by Rs 750. This promise was made in 2018 also but has not been fulfilled till now.