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Farmer’s Protest Live Updates; Kisan Andolan Delhi; Kisan Kranti 2021; Farmer’s Leader Rajesh Tikait | किसान नेता टिकैत बोले- दिल्ली में 40 लाख ट्रैक्टरों की रैली निकालेंगे, इन पर किसान क्रांति 2021 लिखेंगे

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The photo is of Singhu border.  On Saturday, during the 3-hour check-up, farmers stood on the highway and raised their protest.  - Dainik Bhaskar

The photo is of Singhu border. On Saturday, during the 3-hour check-up, farmers stood on the highway and raised their protest.

After the tractor parade in Delhi on 26 January and the chakjajam across the country on 6 February, farmers have now announced Kisan Kranti and Tractor Revolution. Rakesh Tikait, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, who reached the Ghazipur border on Saturday after the check-in, said, “Our next target is to rally in Delhi with 40 lakh tractors.”

Tikait said in Ghazipur that we took out a rally of 20 thousand tractors in Delhi on 26 January and now our target is 40 lakh. Farmers write Kisan Kranti 2021 on their tractors. Then wherever you go, you will be respected.

Troubled by the decision of NGT, Tikait said – Tractors will run at NGT office too
Tikait also met Delhi-NCR farmers on Ghazipur, who are upset with the decision of the National Green Tribunal (NGT). The NGT has asked for a ban on 10-year-old diesel vehicles and includes tractors. Tikait said, “The tractors used in the field will now run at the NGT office in Delhi. Till now these people did not ask which car is 10 years old. What is their plan now? Exclude 10 year old tractors and help corporates? But tractors older than 10 years will also run and the movement will be strong.

Appealed to take soil from picket site
Tikait will go to the Mahapanchayat to be held at Kitlana toll plaza and Badda Grain Mandi in Charkhi Dadri today. He appealed to the farmers to bring a handful of soil from their fields to the picket site and go back to the protest site with a handful of soil. Tikait said that take these soil and put it in your fields and the traders will never look at your land. He appealed to the farmers to be ready at all times. Whenever called, farmers arrive at picketing sites, as did the youth of Haryana and UP after the January 26 parade.

There was a split among farmer leaders after the check
On February 6, the farmers, except 3 states, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, took action throughout the country. The maximum impact of the jam, which took place from 12 noon to 3 pm, was seen in Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab. After this jam, a statement by Darshanpal, leader of the United Kisan Morcha of 40 peasant organizations, exposed the schism of the peasant organizations. Actually, Rakesh Tikait kept Delhi, UP and Uttarakhand apart from Chakkaajam. Darshanpal said on this decision that Tikait should have talked to us before making such a statement. He made a hasty statement. Click here to read this news …

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