Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of Bharatiya Kisan Union, has announced that in Delhi-NCR, on the Ghazipur border of Delhi-Uttar Pradesh, the National Spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union has been staging for more than 2 months. The flywheel will not be jammed. According to Rakesh Tikait, if farmers do not have to enter Delhi, then there is no question of jamming the wheel on 6 February. This announcement has been made by Rakesh Tikait in a conversation with a private news channel. Earlier, there was a large crowd of protesters on Tuesday at the UP Gate protesting against agricultural laws since 28 November, which is also intact on Wednesday.
Earlier on Tuesday, Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, who was leading the protest from the stage, said that on February 6, farmers will jam all over the country. Regarding the fencing on the Delhi border, he said that the police is blocking the bread and grain of farmers. The strike site is being fortified.
Rakesh Tikait once again announced from the stage that if his demands were not met, the movement would continue till November. He has made it clear that the headquarters of the demonstration is Singhu Border and the protesters will decide accordingly. Tikait said that our fight is not about language but sentiment, so attention should be paid to our feelings and not to language. If we are asking for peace, then let us go on a sit-in with peace.
Fencing should be done on the country’s borders
Shiv Sena national spokesperson and Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Raut reached the picket at UP Gate on Tuesday and supported the opponents of the Agricultural Law. He said that the government, which is doing the fencing and barricading on the Delhi border, should be done at the borders of the country. If the government had imposed borders, the Chinese army would not have entered our border.
The country runs with the farmers, not with the capitalists: Megha Patkar
Senior social worker Medha Patkar arrived at the UP Gate on Tuesday in an anti-agriculture law protest and supported the protesters. On this occasion, he told the forum that the government needs to warn that the country runs not from the capitalists but from the workers and peasants. He said that this demonstration has become a respect maker and this movement has become a public cause.