Farmers stir might continue till December: Rakesh Tikait

The farmer agitation against the three central farm laws may continue till December this year, Bhartiya Kisan Union’s nationwide representative Rakesh Tikait stated here on Sunday.Tikait made the declaration while speaking to press reporters after his recent see to the poll-bound West Bengal.”This agitation potentially will extend up to November or December this year,” he said.Talking about his West Bengal go to, Tikait said throughout their poll marketing there, the central federal government individuals have been asking farmers to provide one feastful of rice.”I have actually recommended Bengal farmers to ask grain hunters to fix an MSP of Rs 1850 per quintal for paddy before providing a single grain of rice,” Tikait told reporters here.He said after Bengal, he was planning to visit other parts of the nation to push for the enactment of a law ensuring an MSP for various crops.”In Bihar, the paddy is presently being bought by traders at an abysmally low rate of Rs 750 to Rs 800 per quintal. I desire a law ensuring the minimum assistance cost for different crops,” stated Tikait.He stated he was not going to sit in Delhi alone but was planning to visit all over the nation, including Madhya Pradesh on March 14 and 15, Ganga Nagar in Rajasthan on March 17, Ghazipur’s UP Gate border in Delhi on March 18, Odisha on March 19 and Karnataka on March 21 and 22. Throughout his check out here, Tikait likewise garlanded a statue of his late father and farmer leader Mahendra Singh Tikait at Tikait Park in Jhalwa near here.The BKU spokesperson claimed the three main laws will cause the closure of all small-time neighbourhood shops, leaving just huge business shopping centers to endure.”These farm laws will destroy traders and lead to the closure of small company energies and the collapse of small markets. These laws will bring in big international firms like Wal-Mart,” claimed Tikait.”Had this federal government came from a political celebration, it would have spoken to farmers and fixed the matter,” Tikait said.”However this government is being run by big business homes. It is bent upon offering the whole nation,” he declared.

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