If Foreign Celebrities Support the Farmers Then What’s the Problem, Says Rakesh Tikait

The farmers’ protests are taking dramatic turns the day after the violence erupted in the farmers’ rally on republic day. Now international celebrities have supported the farmers’ movement and Indian Celebrities has come ahead to defend them. Asking about the reaction of foreign celebrities to the farmers’ movement, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait has said that if this is the case then what the problem is. But at the same time, Tikait asked who these celebrities are. I do not know them. He said, ‘What should I know, why should I know them?’

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When Tikait was told that American pop singer Rihanna, adult film artist Mia Khalifa, Sweden’s climate activist Greta Thunberg, supported the farmer leader, he said what is the problem if foreigners are backing something?

Regarding the 15 parliamentarians who unsuccessfully tried to meet the protesters at the Ghazipur border, the national spokesperson of the Bakiu said that the MP sat on the ground on the other side of the blockers as he was stopped by Delhi Police. Tikait said that he did not talk to any of the 15 MPs who tried to visit Ghazipur, he was not allowed to talk to the protesters.

Along with this, the farmers’ leader also told about the forward plans of his movement and revealed how the movement is going to proceed in the coming days. Tikait has called on fifteen farmers from every village to reach the agitation site for ten days with a tractor.

In his address to the forum, he announced to carry forward the movement on the lines of this formula. At the same time, the media in-charge of Bhakiyu said that through these laws, the government is repeating the history of one hundred twenty-two years of the British government.

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