Another attack by Rakesh Tikait on Modi government, said- company is running the country not a political party


The national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, Rakesh Tikait, adamant on the demand for the return of agricultural laws, has once again attacked the Modi government. Rakesh Tikait said that no political party is running the government in India. Rather, the government of the company is running. He said that the BJP had given the election slogan that ‘Ab ki baar Modi sarkar’. But the company is running the Modi government. That’s why this government is the government of the company.

Rakesh Tikat, National Spokesperson of BKU, inaugurated the office of Kisan Union near Tehsil on Vikasnagar Herbertpur Highway in Uttarakhand on Wednesday. During his address, he said that the tricolor program to be hoisted in Delhi on August 15 has now been changed. Now on August 15, the tricolor will be hoisted on the soil of Uttarakhand at Bajpur crossroads. For which on August 14, the tricolor yatra will be taken out from Vikasnagar under the leadership of Daulat Kunwar and the tricolor will be hoisted at Bajpur crossroads.


Regarding the farmers’ movement, Tikait said that it is the dogmatic central government which is trying to suppress the voice of the farmers. Alleging that there is a conspiracy to break the farmers’ movement, the BKU spokesperson said that the central government is making all efforts so that the farmers’ movement can be broken.

He alleged that all kinds of handcuffs were being used to defame the movement. But the farmer is firm on his demand. He said that it would have been better if the government, which was at the behest of the companies, would repeal all the three agricultural laws and make schemes for the welfare of the farmers. But the government is worried about the interests of the company owners, not the farmers.


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