- Mahapanchayat in Saharanpur in support of the ongoing movement against agricultural laws in Delhi
- BKU leader Rakesh Tikait said that farmers are suffering due to weak opposition in the country
- Tikait said – If the opposition was strong, the central government could not implement the anti-farmer agriculture law.
A mahapanchayat of Kisan Morcha was held at Lakhnore in Saharanpur in support of the ongoing movement against agricultural laws in Delhi. Rakesh Tikait, the leader reached in this, said that the farmers are suffering due to the weakening of the opposition in the country. If the opposition was strong, the central government could not implement the anti-farmer agriculture law.
Bhakiyu leader Rakesh Tikait, who attended the mahapanchayat of the Kisan Morcha in Lakhnore village of Tapari-Nagal Marg in Deoband tehsil, was welcomed by people of all castes wearing a turban. During this, Rakesh Tikait said that the farmer loves his land more than his children. Therefore the farmer does not land in his son’s name while he is alive. The land is named after the son only after he dies.
How will farmers give land to companies
Rakesh Tikait said how the farmer would give the land to the companies. Whereas nothing is better than children. Rakesh Tikait clearly said that there is no return of agricultural law or return of home. If the businessman is incurring losses in Saharanpur, then he will go and trade anywhere except Saharanpur, but the farmer cannot do so.
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‘Forget Caste, Farmers New Religion’
Rakesh Tikait said that the government and some leaders said that this movement is a fraternity’s movement. Whereas every caste and religion is getting support in this movement. Tikait said forget the caste, farmer is the new religion. Rakesh Tikait said that Saharanpur is an auspicious place. Even before the movement was done, it was a success. Now, agitation is being done regarding agricultural laws, then only Fateh will be available from Saharanpur.
Farmers keep three lakh tractors ready
Rakesh Tikait said that in future, farmers should have three lakh tractors ready. Weapons used in agriculture should also be kept ready. They will be used if needed.
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Special message given from Mahapanchayat
In the mahapanchayat organized by the Kisan Morcha, special care was taken that people of all castes and religions should be involved in it. From the stage, it was repeatedly announced that people of all castes had joined the peasant mahapanchayat. When Rakesh Tikait reached the stage, people of all castes honored him by wearing a turban.
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