Farmers are now devising a strategy to make the movement longer, demanding the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws. An important meeting of the district, tehsil and block level officials of the union was held under the chairmanship of Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union.
In the first phase, a meeting of six divisions of western Uttar Pradesh was called. Due to Corona, it was not possible to call everyone together. Officials of other divisions will also arrive at the venue of the movement in the time to come.
In the meeting, Tikait discussed in detail about the coordination between the farming and the movement with the officials and instructed to attend the movement with his number. The officials vowed that they would continue the fight till the withdrawal of the three laws and the enactment of the law on the MSP. Rakesh Tikait instructed the BKU officials to prepare to run the Kisan Andolan for a long time. He said that just as the Covid Protocol needs to be included in its habit, so should the movement be included in its habit.
The meeting was attended by state president Rajvir Singh Jadoun, Bakiu media in charge Dharmendra Malik and Ramesh Malik, besides the presidents, district heads and tehsils and block officials of six boards.
Jadaun told that the work of harvesting is going on in the field, there are also panchayat elections and the movement is also going on. In these three cases, Chaudhary Rakesh Tikait took a meeting to coordinate. Officials of Agra, Aligarh, Meerut, Saharanpur, Moradabad, and Bareilly divisions were present in the meeting.
Tikait also said that the work of the farm should not deteriorate and the movement should also go on. If the farm work is disturbed then the country will suffer big loss. We will not be able to bear the loss of the country. Therefore, by keeping pace, maintain rotation of movement. For farmers who remain in the movement, it is also the responsibility of the officials to keep an eye on their fields so that no work can be disturbed.
From May 15, farmers will take out mud journey from village to village
Farmers will take soil from 23 states of the country to district-by-district and village-to-village. Farmers associated with the movement will go to the village to request that take a handful of soil, give a handful of soil. Wherever the soil will travel, black agricultural laws will also be discussed in detail. A message will reach every village through the mud yatra and people will join the movement.
Rakesh Tikait to address Kisan Panchayat in Asansol on 15th
Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, will once again go to West Bengal. On April 15, Rakesh Tikait will address the Kisan Panchayat in Asansol, West Bengal. Please tell that Asansol is the largest city in West Bengal after Kolkata.