Press Reporter News Service
Ambala, Might 1
BKU chief Rakesh Tikait at the moment accused the federal government of adopting numerous techniques to weaken the farmers’ agitation. He stated the farmers had been prepared for a protracted haul and wouldn’t name off the agitation until their calls for had been fulfilled.
Case registered for violating norms
Suresh Kumar, SHO, Ambala Sadar police station, stated the organisers had been requested to defer their mahapanchayat however they went forward with it. So, a case has been registered underneath Sections 188, 269 and 270 of the IPC and Catastrophe Administration Act in opposition to farmer chief Rakesh Tikait and different organisers.
Addressing a kisan mazdoor mahapanchayat at Durali village right here, Tikait stated, “The federal government has been adopting numerous techniques to defame farmers. It tried to weaken our agitation on the idea of Punjab and Haryana, large and small farmers, and projecting it as particular to a specific state, however that didn’t work. It additionally accused us of stopping the motion of oxygen tankers. A number of authorities representatives have been looting the nation. There’s a large rip-off in wheat procurement too. Merchants buy wheat on cheaper charges from farmers in UP and Bihar after which promote to authorities companies on MSP.”
Tikait reiterated that the Centre should withdraw the three farm legal guidelines and supply a authorized assure on MSP.