Protest will continue untill government fullfils farmers demands: Rakesh Tikait

The farmer movement is 2 days away to complete its 100 days.

The farmer is sitting on the borders of Delhi in protest against the agricultural law brought by the central government. The farmer is adamant on withdrawing all three agricultural laws and enacting a law on MSP. Although 12 rounds of talks have been held between the government and farmer organizations, but no solution was found. In the midst of all this, the farmer leaders are organizing the farmers mahapanchayat all over the country and uniting the farmers against the government.

On Thursday, Rakesh Tikait, National spokesperson and farmer leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, once again made his stand clear on the movement. Tikait said clearly that unless the government does not fullfill the farmer demands, the movement will continue as it . At the same time, he also made it clear that there is no scope for talks with the government, so the preparation of the farmers is long.

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