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Kisan agitation will stand in every state: Tikai

BKU national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that farmers will create movement in every state of the country like Punjab and Haryana. Farmers of other states do not know about MSP. This is the reason why farmers of Uttar Pradesh come to Haryana to sell food grains. If crops are sold outside the market in Haryana and Punjab also, the mandi’s will end. He said, our next target will be to take out the march from 40 lakh tractors. He was addressing the Kisan Mahapanchayat held at Grain Mandi in Indri town on Sunday. Earlier, thousands of farmers reached the Mahapanchayat by tractor trolleys and other vehicles.

Rakesh Tikait said that the fight of United Kisan Morcha will decide the fate of the farmers of the whole country. It is the banner of the farmers and the farmers of the country believe in it. After the incident on Lal Qila, an attempt was made to spread hatred towards a scheme. Farmers were misquoted. The movement is strengthened by faith, respect, and kindness of the above.

Our punch will remain there as well as the stage. He said that they will not go home till the withdrawal of the three agricultural laws. The farmers will also go to Bhopal and run Bhandara there. This movement is not only in 400 kilometers around Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi. Tractors will march everywhere in Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Odisha. For this, the people of United Kisan Morcha will go all over the country. Sitting in a chair in Delhi does not decide the fate of the farmers, it will be decided in the fields.

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