'Take back case or else won't let you step in the city,' Tikait threatened Modi's minister

Muzaffarnagar: A ruckus has erupted in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh when a case has been registered against the leaders of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhakiu). The Kisan Union opened a front against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and threatened Union minister Sanjeev Balyan to withdraw the case or will not allow him to step into the city.

In fact, three days ago, BJP MLA Umesh Malik's vehicle was attacked by BKU workers and farmers in Sisauli, the stronghold of Bhakiu. In this case, a case under serious sections was registered by the BJP against 9 identified persons and some unidentified persons at Bhurakalan police station. A monthly panchayat was organized in Sisauli village on Tuesday as per month in which a large number of farmers and Bhakiu workers from the district participated. The forum chalked out a strategy for the Mahapanchayat to be held on September 5 and also lashed out at the report filed in the BJP MLA attack case.

Speaking from the stage, National President of Bharatiya Kisan Union Naresh Tikait warned Union Minister Sanjeev Balyan, 'As a Balyan, he should either settle the matter, otherwise, he will not allow even a foot in the city if he tries to say anyrhing from his mouth.'

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