New Delhi: Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait has said that the farmers’ protest will continue. He said that it is not the movement of Shahin Bagh that the government will end it by intimidating the name of Corona. Until the three laws are withdrawn, laws on the Minimum Support Price (MSP) will not be enacted, the movement will continue.
Rakesh Tikait further said that from the 10th onwards, the crowd will start growing again. If the government is currently contesting elections, the farmer is also fighting in his field. It is time to harvest. As soon as the government arrives in Delhi, the farmers will also return to the capital. He said there would not be a homecoming before the law returned. The government should open its ears and hear that this is not the movement of Shaheen Bagh. The farmer will agitate, following the Corona guidelines, but will not return home.
Let us tell you that a recent statement was issued on behalf of Rakesh Tikait that the government should invite farmers for talks. He also said that the conversation should start from where it ended on January 22. He also said that our demand is the same that all three agricultural laws should be repealed and a law should be made on the MSP.