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BIJNOR: After Muzaffarnagar, Mathura and Baghpat, one other kisan mahapanchayat was organized in Bijnor on Monday. Attended by over 15,000 farmers from western Uttar Pradesh, the gathering was additionally addressed by farm leaders from Karnataka and Maharashtra who emphasised that the protests weren’t confined to North India.
President of Bharatiya Kisan Union’s youth wing, Gaurav Tikait, mentioned, “Over 150 farmers have lost their lives fighting against the new farm laws. Unfortunately, Prime Minister Narendra Modi never uttered a word on the demise of these farmers. He turned a deaf ear to the grievances of the farming community. This government is full of ego and the farmers should unite for this agitation.”
“The government is trying to crush the agitation and defame the farmers in the name of Khalistan. We are neither Pakistani nor Khalistani, we are Indian farmers, fighting against the laws that will destroy us,” Tikait mentioned.
In his tackle, Rashtriya Lok Dal’s Jayant Chaudhary known as the present regime “a government of deceivers, who have surrendered to the capitalist forces”.
He requested the gang if any farmer’s earnings had doubled prior to now seven years, “as this government claims”.
Chaudhary referred to the farmers as “Hanuman” and requested the gathering to acknowledge their power and energy to demolish the “BJP’s Lanka”. “The UP chief minister is not paying heed to the grievances of the farmers. Government has not declared the price of sugarcane for the current crushing season nor did he do anything to clear the dues of the farmers,” the RLD chief claimed.
The BKU leaders mentioned that farmers from Bijnor will transfer to the Ghazipur border in massive numbers.
Senior police officers, together with DIG Ramit Sharma, are already tenting in Bijnor. Following BKU chief Rakesh Tikait’s emotional enchantment to the farmers to affix protests, Bijnor police had sealed the district borders. Local superintendent of police had even declared the Ghazipur border protests “illegal”, warning farmers towards leaving the district.


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