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Now the farmers’ movement will spread across the country, 40 leaders will visit all over India



Now the farmers' movement will spread across the country, 40 leaders will visit all over India

15 February, Faridabad . Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait on Sunday said that 40 leaders leading the movement against central agricultural laws will tour across the country for support. Addressing the Kisan Mahapanchayat in Indri, Karnal, Tikait said that the farmers’ organization will not let the central government sit in peace until the demands of the farmers are met.
He said, “This time for tractor parade, the target number of tractors will be 40 lakhs. All 40 of us leaders will visit the entire country to gain support. Everyone is united for the movement. Now, the farmers will decide the future of the country. “
He said, “We will not let the Center sit in peace till the government does not meet our demands and talks to us. If the Minimum Support Price (MSP) is legislated, the entire country will benefit. All three agricultural laws should be withdrawn. Whatever decisions are taken by the farmers union, they will be acceptable to everyone. ”
A spokesman of the Bharatiya Kisan Union said that ‘Panch’ and ‘Manch’ will remain the same. He said, “Don’t spoil our mind.” Both the farmer and the jawan have said that take the bill back, we have not yet raised the slogan to return the ‘Gaddi’, so it is better that you keep doing our work. ” Tikait also alleged that agricultural laws would end the public distribution system.
Apart from Tikait, farmer leaders Balbir Singh Rajewal, Darshan Pal and Haryana BKU chief Gurnam Singh Charuni were also present on the occasion.
Let us tell you that the Central Government has offered to keep agricultural laws withheld for 12 to 18 months. The proposal by farmers unions protesting against the laws has been rejected. Several rounds of negotiations have been held with farmers to demand the repeal of three new laws.

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