Along with the Ghazipur border, which has become the center of the peasant movement, the conflict has now started on the Singhu border as well. Locals at the Singhu border are protesting against farmers and have taken to the streets to evacuate the border. On the other hand, Rakesh Tikait of the Indian Farmers Union has sat on a dharna at the Ghazipur border and is also getting support from political parties. A large number of farmers are gathering at Ghazipur border today, Friday. At that time Mahapanchayat has also started at Muzaffarnagar.
Mahapanchayat started in Muzaffarnagar
Mahapanchayat of farmers has started in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. Thousands of farmers are coming here from western Uttar Pradesh. Rakesh Tikait’s brother Naresh Tikait will address the farmers here.
The leader will participate in the Mahapanchayat
A team of forensic experts will arrive at the Ghazipur border in Delhi soon. On the other hand, some leaders, including Sanjay Singh Jayant Chaudhary, will participate in the Mahapanchayat meeting at Muzaffarnagar.
The roar of Rakesh Tikait
Rakesh Tikait has made a big statement before the Mahapanchayat to be held in Muzaffarnagar. “We will stay here. There is a demand from the UP government that facilities be provided at the venue,” Tikait said. We will not make arrests, we will talk to the government.
We will dig the ground and draw water: Tikait
Rakesh Tikait also said that a compromise would be reached only after talks with the Indian government. Only when all the borders are empty will they empty their borders. “We will not take pity on anyone,” Tikait said. If the UP government provides water, it is not ready to take it.
The atmosphere on the Singhu border is also warm
Shravan Singh Pandher Tara of Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti held a press conference on Friday. “Despite the police action, our agitation will continue,” he said. Thousands of farmers are gathering in Ghazipur. Farmers are also becoming caterers on the Singhu border.
The Modi government is violating fundamental rights
Pandher said the Modi government was violating fundamental rights, adding that the water tankers that the Delhi Water Supply Department was providing were not being allowed to come. We will meet death, but not retreat from the movement. Phone service has also been cut off near Singhu Border and no service provider network is coming.