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Farmers Protest: Rakesh Tikait did not like PM Narendra Modi’s speech, gave this response

Rakesh Tikait, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, has expressed displeasure over the farmer movement being called the Jat movement. Tikait claims this is the movement of the farmers of the country. 

New Delhi: On the statement of PM Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) in the Rajya Sabha, Rakesh Tikait, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, who has been staging the Ghazipur border for the last two and a half months against the new farm laws. Has given feedback Tikait said that instead of resolving the issue, the government is constantly complicating it.




Government made law for MSP- Rakesh Tikait

Rakesh Tikait ( Rakesh Tikait we did that said) MSP will end. Legislation should be made to make MSP mandatory. He said that if Prime Minister Modi (Narendra Modi) wants to talk to the farmers, his Kisan Morcha will talk to them. Tikait challenged PM Modi that once he appeals to the people to give up the gas cylinders, they should also appeal to the MPs-MLAs to release the pension once.

Tikait gave this answer after being told the Jat movement

Farmers Movement ( Farmers Protest ) said Rakesh Tikait (Rakesh Tikait) when assigning Jat movement that issue first and Haryana Punjab. Then made of Jats. Now this movement has become small and big farmers. All farmers are one, what is small and big. Rakesh Tikait said that there will be no trade on hunger in the country. The price of food grains will not be decided on hunger. Milk is sold cheaper than water in the country. Its rate will also be fixed.

No one can finish MSP- PM Modi 

Earlier, while responding to the motion of thanks on President Ram Nath Kovind’s address to the Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) gave a tough pressure to the opposition doing politics under the guise of Farmers Protest. Referring to a statement by former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, he said that why is the opposition taking a U-turn on agricultural reforms today? The Prime Minister clearly said that some people are trying to spread confusion on the new agricultural laws. He said, every doubt of the farmers regarding the law will be resolved. Explaining the situation on the large demand of farmers, he said, ‘No one can abolish MSP. MSP was, MSP is and MSP will be.

PM appeals to farmers to end the agitation

PM Modi (Narendra Modi) said, the way of dialogue between the farmers and the government has not stopped at all. Agriculture Minister is constantly in touch with farmers. Giving a message to the farmers, he said that the new agricultural laws will prove to be a big change in the country. He said that the implementation of the law does not mean that no change can happen later. If there is any deficiency in future also, it will be rectified. At the same time, on the demand of farmers’ mandi system, the Prime Minister said that it will be better and MSP is not being abolished at all. He appealed to the farmers to end the agitation.

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Why the opposition’s sudden U-turn on reforms?

Responding to the opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) said, ‘Sharad Pawar, Congress and every government have advocated for agricultural reforms. But today I wonder why he suddenly took Uterne. You would have surrounded this government on the issues of the movement, but at the same time, the farmers would say that if the change is very important, then the country would move forward. Manmohan Singh ji had expressed his intention to give the farmer freedom to sell produce, to provide India with an agricultural market. People should be proud to see that Manmohan Singh ji had said that Modi has to do it.

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