Even during the Corona epidemic, farmers’ organizations are openly opposing the agricultural laws brought by the Modi government.
Bharatiya Kisan Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait is constantly attacking the Modi government in this episode.
He has made it clear on many occasions that the farmers’ movement will go on for a long time. If the Modi government can make such anti-farmer laws during the Karona period, then it can also take them back.
Now once again the farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has warned the government. He has said that today the government sitting in power in the country is unable to tolerate hearing a word against itself. But this same government will withdraw all the three agriculture laws and will also make a law on MSP.
In fact, Rakesh Tikait has also raised the issue of rising inflation during the tenure of Modi government through Twitter.
He tweeted and wrote that “Inflation has increased so much. If anyone raises his voice against the government, he will be punished. Speaking against the king means he deserves punishment. Is this the king? These are becoming Kim Jong Un that no one else can speak.
Inflation has increased so much. If anyone raises his voice against the government, he will be punished. Speaking against the king means he deserves punishment. Is this the king? These are becoming Kim Jong Un that no one else can speak. #jeetega_farmer
— RAKESH TIKAIT (@RAKESHTIKAITBKU) JUNE 1, 2021
Earlier, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has accused the Modi government of dictatorship. He says that if the government is adamant on its insistence, then the farmers’ organization is no less.
We can also run a long movement for the removal of these agricultural laws. Even if this movement does not go on again till the year 2024. In this battle started against the government, only the farmers will win.
He says that the three agricultural laws brought by the Modi government will prove to be a noose for the farmers. until they are cancelled. This movement will continue.
It is worth noting that recently, on the occasion of the completion of 6 months of the farmers’ movement, this day was celebrated as Black Day by the farmers’ organizations. In many states including Punjab and Haryana, the Modi government was openly opposed on this day.