Jaipur | Kisan Andolan: The farmers’ agitation, which lasted for a year against the three agricultural laws in the country, is not over yet. Even though the farmers have returned to their respective homes after the withdrawal of the law, the agitation is not over yet. It has only been postponed. This is to say of Rakesh Tikait, leader of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU). Once again heating up the atmosphere regarding the agricultural movement, Rakesh Tikait has said that if the government does not fully accept the demands of the farmers, then the farmers’ movement will arise once again.
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Neither the farmers have gone anywhere nor the government
Kisan Andolan: Rakesh Tikait arrived in Jaipur to attend the 5th Surajmal International Awards ceremony. Then he said that the farmers’ movement is not over yet. The farmers have not gone anywhere and neither has the government gone anywhere. Tikait said that now there will be 13 months of training for the farmers’ movement. We will have a meeting on January 15. The agitation has just been postponed, the farmers who have gone have gone on leave for 4 months.
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Neither the farmers have gone anywhere, nor the government has gone anywhere. Now there will be 13 months training for the farmers’ movement. The United Kisan Morcha is not contesting any elections. We have a meeting on January 15. The movement has just been postponed, the farmers who have gone have gone on leave for 4 months: Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait pic.twitter.com/nGK4NC4vsC
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First opposed the agricultural laws, now you will try your luck in the elections
Around 22 farmers’ organizations, who have been a part of the ‘United Kisan Morcha’ protesting for a year against agricultural laws, will now try their luck in the Punjab Assembly elections as well. For this, now everyone has formed a new political party ‘United Samaj Morcha’. Three agricultural bodies, including BKU-Dakonda and BKY-Lakhowal, will soon take a decision on whether to join the party or not. Farmer leaders have said that they will contest from all 117 seats. At the same time, on speculations of participating in the upcoming assembly elections, Tikait said that the United Kisan Morcha is not contesting any elections.