Farmers’ movement will continue for 8 months now, after May 10, it will hold again: Rakesh Tikait


The agitation of the farmers against the new agriculture law of the central government will continue for 8 more months. Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said on Thursday that the agitation will have to run for eight more months. The farmer will have to agitate, if there is no movement then the land of the farmers will go. Farmers will harvest their wheat crop by May 10, after which the movement will pick up

Talking to news agency ANI, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that by May 10, farmers should harvest their wheat crop, after that the movement will gain momentum. Let us know that for the last more than four months, farmers have been camping at many border points in Delhi. These farmers are adamant on the demand for withdrawal of three new agricultural laws.

There was no solution in the conversation

Several rounds of talks were also held between the government and the farmers, but no solution was found. Farmers are adamant that they will not stop the protests until the law is withdrawn completely and legal guarantees for the Minimum Support Price (MSP) are met.

Parliament will besiege in May

All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) General Secretary Hannan Mollah on Wednesday said that lakhs of protesters will surround the Parliament in May. Mollah said that the Modi government and Parliament are not listening to the farmers, then it is our right that we go before Parliament and raise our demand, we will set a date for this in May.


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