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Why did Rakesh Tikait say, BJP will win the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh

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The farmers’ movement may continue in the coming days and may intensify further. Rakesh Tikait, leader of United Kisan Morcha has said this. Apart from this, Rakesh Tikait said in a conversation with ABP news channel about Uttar Pradesh elections that people will not vote for BJP here, but victory will be theirs. Rakesh Tikait said that the reason for this would be wrong use of government machinery. He said the BJP would stop candidates of other parties from filing their nominations and get their nominations rejected. Wherever BJP goes, it works to break people.

Along with this, the farmer leader has spoken of standing on the borders of Delhi even on the occasion of Diwali. Rakesh Tikait said that we will stay on the border even on the occasion of Diwali and will light diyas here. Tikait said that if the borders are opened then we will also go towards Delhi. He said the mandis have been closed. In such a situation, we will try to sell our crops in Parliament itself at the right price. If the borders are opened, then first of all the tractors of the farmers will leave for Delhi. Rakesh Tikait said that the government has not taken any initiative to talk to the farmers. It will be remembered in history that there was a government which did not speak even after a year-long agitation.

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BJP broke the family of Mulayam, Lalu and Omprakash Chautala

Along with this, making a scathing attack on the BJP, Rakesh Tikait said that wherever this party goes, it works to break people. He said that BJP has broken the family of Mulayam Singh Yadav in UP, Lalu Yadav in Bihar and Omprakash Chautala in Haryana. Rakesh Tikait once again gave a joke and said that we will return home with the return of law. Before that we will not return home. Regarding talks with the government, Tikait said that we have not received any invitation for talks since January 22. He said that on November 26, our movement would complete one year. Rakesh Tikait said that if the government tells that we do not have to talk, then we should strengthen our tents again and stay here.

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