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India / Protesting Farmers should be ready for tractor march says Rakesh Tikait

Zoom News : Nov 13, 2021, 07:09 AM
New Delhi : Bhartiya Kisan Union i.e. BKU spokesperson Rakesh Tikait called upon the office-bearers to be ready for the demonstration of strength on 26th November and tractor march on the Parliament House on 29th November. At the same time, after the review meeting at the UP Gate on Friday, the farmers took out a march. The farmers rehearsed till the barricading on the expressway announcing slogans and march to Delhi. With the announcement of tractor rally till Parliament, the police will definitely be in tension, because it will face the challenge of not allowing a situation like January 26 to arise.

The farmers' movement will complete one year on November 26. On the call of the United Front, there is a proposed plan to show strength on 26 November and to drive a tractor on the Parliament House on 29 November. Regarding this, a review meeting was held at the UP Gate on Friday between the divisional and district officials of West UP and Moradabad divisional office bearers.

BKU national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that it is going to be one year. The government is not ready to listen to the farmers. Farmers will not leave the border without meeting the demand. Officers and workers should gear up for a long movement. Fix your tents. From food and drink, reached the border with essential items of cold weather. He said the fight would go on for a long time. The government wants to tire the farmers and the farmer is not going to get tired.

After the review meeting, the farmers moved towards Delhi raising slogans from the front of the stage. Reached the barricading kept on Delhi Meerut Expressway and NH-9. BKIU media in-charge Dharmendra Malik said that he was told that the Delhi Police had opened the way. Now people can go to Delhi without any hassle on foot or by vehicle. Farmers will go to Delhi by tractors on November 29. Rehearsal was done for the march to Delhi.