Farmers Protest: Rakesh Tikait Said, ‘I will not surrender, I will hang here’

Farmers Protest: Rakesh Tikait Said, ‘I will not surrender, I will hang here’

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait has refused to surrender. He said that he is not a criminal; he will not surrender. On Thursday evening, Tikait said, ‘Farmers’ movement will continue. Who investigated the violence on the Red Fort, the Supreme Court should investigate it. Rakesh Tikait said that we had been deceived, an attempt is being made to discredit a community. He said that the insult of Tiranga is wrong, with whom Deep Sidhu has a connection, the Supreme Court should investigate this matter.

Rakesh Tikait gave a provocative statement from the stage

The BKU leader said, ‘We are ready for talks, but the picket will not be empty. I know what will happen to my colleagues and me after the arrest. If you shoot, you will eat the bullet. They have threatened that if the picket is over, I will hang here. Let me tell you that there is a tense atmosphere on the Ghazipur border. Tikait says that if there is a disturbance here, it will be completely the administration’s responsibility.

Rakesh Tikait said, ‘Our food and water have been stopped. I will neither eat nor drink water here, I will only drink water from the village.

Police could not arrest Tikait

Top police officers have arrived at the Ghazipur border. A large number of police personnel have been deployed here. The UP Police says that Tikait is not accepting the administration. An attempt was made to arrest him, but he could not be caught.

People took to the streets against farmers

There is anger across the country on what happened in the country’s capital on 26 January. Those who were now supporting the farmers after the insult of the tricolour are also very angry. People have taken to the streets against the farmers to empty the border. People around the Ghaziabad border have started an uproar against the farmers. The debate has started between farmers and people. Here the issue of insult of tricolour and traffic jam is hot.

Instructions to remove agitating farmers

Uttar Pradesh’s government (Utter Pradesh) has decided to take significant action against the farmers. The Yogi government has given instructions to end the dharna of farmers running in different districts, including NCR. After which the DM of Ghaziabad issued a request to the farmers to clear the border. They have been asked to clear the border by tonight.

The Yogi government has given instructions to remove the protesting farmers from the borders of the districts. Action will be taken against those who disobey. Strict instructions have been issued to all the District Magistrates and Police Captains regarding this. Instructions have been given to all officers from the Home Department.

Police and farmers face to face

Police flag march on Ghazipur border. According to information received from the sources, according to the sources of the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation, the facilities given by the Municipal Corporation on the Ghazipur border have been removed. Such as sweepers, water facilities, and restrooms. Only two toilets are kept. Earlier on Wednesday evening, power was cut in the Ghazipur border area. Suddenly, the police force was increased in this area.

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