The demand for the withdrawal of the three central agricultural laws, the strike demonstrations of farmers in several states, including Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, reached its 45th day on Saturday. Farmers gathered at half a dozen borders between Delhi-UP and Haryana and continued their protest. Meanwhile, Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesman for the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), said that if the Supreme Court considers that a disease like the crown can spread in motion, then the government should accept this and give us a vaccine. He said it was wrong to associate the peasant movement with any other problem.
He said that at the Bhakiyu office on the site of the UP Gate movement, he said the movement was related to various issues, but it was true that sixteen farmers were agitating here to save their crops and agriculture. This move will end only after the government withdraws agricultural laws. The Supreme Court said there should be no situation of corona virus infection here. If the central government believes this, then first of all the farmers involved in the move should be vaccinated so that no danger is expected.
He said the farmer is protecting himself. If the farmer dies in agitation due to the cold or other reasons, then no one but the central government is responsible for this. In such a situation, the central government should protect Annadata and withdraw all three central agricultural laws without delay. After the failure of talks with the government this time, he said that we are firm on our demands and the movement will be completed only after the withdrawal of the agricultural law.