Two farmers' organizations end agitation after Delhi violence; Serious allegations leveled against Rakesh Tikait

The agitations have started to end after violence carried out by miscreants during the Kisan Parade in Delhi. Two farmer organizations have announced the withdrawal of the agitation against the new agricultural laws after serious allegations leveled against Rakesh Tikait.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Jan 27, 2021 18:18 IST
Two farmers' organizations end agitation after Delhi violence; Serious allegations leveled against Rakesh Tikait
Vk Singh and Rakesh Tikait

The agitations have started to end after violence carried out by miscreants during the Kisan Parade in Delhi. Two farmer organizations have announced the withdrawal of the agitation against the new agricultural laws. The Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan and Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) withdrew the demonstrations on the Ghazipur and Noida border.

Along with this, the Indian Farmers Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait also made serious allegations. Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan leader VM Singh said, '' we have not come here to beat people".VM Singh said that Rakesh Tikait did not raise the demand of sugarcane farmers in a single meeting. 

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After the violent incidents in Delhi, farmer leader VM Singh said on Wednesday, "We cannot pursue a protest with someone (Rakesh Tikait) who has a different direction." So, I wish him all the best, but VM Singh and the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee are withdrawing this protest immediately. "Singh said that the government is also at fault when someone leaves at 8 am instead of 11 am So what was the government doing. When the government knew that some organizations had talked of giving crores of rupees to the flag hoisting on the Red Fort.

VM Singh, who has been agitating for the past several days on the Ghazipur border, also reacted to the farmer who died on the ITO. He demanded action against those who instigated him. Singh said, "The flag of India, dignity, and dignity belongs to everyone." If that dignity has been violated, the violators are wrong and those who allowed it are also wrong. A fellow in ITO was also martyred. The action should be taken against whoever took or incited him. '

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Delhi Police has registered an FIR against farmer leader Rakesh Tikait and others in connection with the violence in the national capital during the tractor parade on Republic Day. While giving this information on Wednesday, the officials said that the police have detained 200 people and so far 22 FIRs have been registered in connection with the violence. More than 300 policemen were injured in the violence.

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