New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to meet US President Joe Biden in Washington tonight. Everyone's eyes are fixed on this meeting. Meanwhile, Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait has also sent a message to Joe Biden via Twitter ahead of the meeting and asked him to discuss our issues with PM Modi as well.
Dear @POTUS, we the Indian Farmers are protesting against 3 farm laws brought by PM Modi's govt. 700 farmers have died in the last 11 months protesting. These black laws should be repealed to save us. Please focus on our concern while meeting PM Modi. #Biden_SpeakUp4Farmers— Rakesh Tikait (@RakeshTikaitBKU) September 24, 2021
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait tweeted tagging US President Joe Biden, writing in his tweet that Indian farmers are agitating against three agricultural laws brought by PM Modi's government. More than 700 farmers have lost their lives in 11 months. These black laws must be returned. Also, focus on our issues in your meeting with PM Modi.
PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to meet US President Joe Biden at the White House at 8.30 pm (Indian time) on Friday. This will be the first personal meeting between the two leaders. Meanwhile, social media users are enjoying Rakesh Tikait's tweet. Pankaj Singh writes, 'Today, US president, tomorrow he doesn't seem to be asking for help from the Taliban, don't trust anyone of him.'