Farmers Protest: On one year of Kisan Andolan today, Rakesh Tikait shares further plans, Delhi Police on alert

Publish Date: 26 Nov, 2021 |
 

One year of Farmers Protest:

After the completion of one year of the farmers' movement, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that the movement would continue. Now the government has to think about whether the law will bring a guarantee on MSP or not because till time all the demands of the farmers are not met, the farmers are not going to leave the borders of Delhi, and the farmers’ protest movement will continue.

Rakesh Tikait’s further plan:

During a conversation with ABP Ganga, Rakesh Tikait told about his plan. He said that tomorrow i.e. on 27th November, there is a meeting of the United Kisan Morcha and all the issues will be kept in that meeting, after which the further strategy of the farmers' movement will be decided. Rakesh Tikait said that on 29th November, 500 people from 30 sectors will take out tractor march in front of Parliament in Delhi and now the farmers are not going to sit quietly because the government may have announced to withdraw all the three agriculture laws, but the farmers were demanding a law on the MSP guarantee from the beginning, to which the government has not yet answered and hence, the farmers' movement will not end.

Delhi Police tightens the security:

Rakesh Tikait said during the conversation that it has been 1 year since he was sitting on the borders of Delhi. This movement is not going to end so soon because the issues for which he came out of the house haven’t been resolved yet, and he will not go back home until those issues and demands are met. For the time being, Delhi Police has made it clear that no one will be allowed to enter Delhi's border without permission, on which farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that we will go through those roads which Delhi Police informs to be open. If an attempt is made to stop the farmers, they will sit on a protest there. 

Farmers have won half victory, half victory is yet to be won- Rakesh Tikait:

Tikait said that half of the farmers have won half victory, half victory is yet to come for which their struggle will continue. He said that the MSP law is very important for the farmers and till this law is not implemented by the government, the farmers will protest on the borders of Delhi. 

That is, on the whole, it can be said that the farmers' movement may have completed one year, but the farmers' movement is not going to end yet.

Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that the answer to the open letter written to the government has not come yet. All these issues will be raised in the meeting of the Samyukt Kisan Morcha and the Samyukt Kisan Morcha will decide what form the farmers' movement will take next.


 

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