BKU leader Tikait calls Modi, Amit Shah ‘rioters’ ‘outsiders’ at Kisan Mahapanchayat

Meerut, 05 September: In the Kisan Mahapanchayat of Muzaffarnagar, on Sunday, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait described Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah as outsiders.

He said that both of them are outsiders. They have to go from UP. Modi-Yogi and Amit Shah all three win elections from Uttarakhand that we don’t mind in this.

From the forum of Kisan Mahapanchayat, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait said that people rioting in UP will not be tolerated. On the 28th, 08 thousand police came with the intention of capturing the movement. The movement was saved by the standing of the people of the country. Even if the government builds our graveyard there, we will not leave the Ghazipur border. We did not go to the Red Fort. We were fraudulently taken to the Red Fort. Along with all the agencies, their pen and camera are also guarded.

“The rate of sugarcane should be Rs 450 per quintal. MSP on crops should be guaranteed. The rates of crops will be doubled from 2022. From January 01, farmers will sell crops at double the rate,” he added.

Rakesh Tikait said that education, medicine, constitution are in danger. All of these have to be saved. Agriculture, agriculture is also on the verge of selling.

Accusing the BJP government of disobedience, he said that if the government was formed, they had talked about giving a quintal rate of Rs 450. The old governments increased the rate of 50 to 80 rupees a quintal, but the Yogi government did not increase even one rupee. There are more than 12 thousand crore rupees on sugar mills, but payment is not being made.

He said that the pension of government employees is being abolished. Privatization in the country will end jobs.

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