Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait warned that if the central government does not accept the demands of the farmers, then power will be cut to 16 states. Tikait’s warning came during a media interaction in Bharatpur on Saturday while going to a mahapanchayat in Dausa, Rajasthan. Tikait said, “There is no government at the center and traders are ruling the country.” They have sold all government institutions and the people of the country need to show the way out to such people sitting in the government. ”

He said, “Any party becomes a dictator if it gets an absolute majority in Parliament or the Legislative Assembly.” The central government is planning to sell the farmers’ land, while the public is facing unemployment and starvation. “I think the farmer movement will continue for five to six months.” It is unfortunate for democracy that there is no opposition in the country. If the opposition were alive then the agitation of the farmers on the road would have been ideally fought in Parliament. ”He said that although the farmers are committed to continue the agitation against these three black agricultural laws.

A day earlier, Tikait had addressed a mahapanchayat at Assandh in Karnal district, stating that the fight is not only for the farmers, but also for the poor, petty traders. He said that the farmers are ready for a long battle and this movement will last long. We have made preparations from November to December. Tikait reiterated that the Center should withdraw the agricultural laws and provide legal guarantee on the MSP. He said that the new agricultural laws will adversely affect not only the farmers but also other sections.

‘The day the farmer leaders want, the solution on the same day’.
On the same day , Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said on Saturday that the day the leaders of the agrarian movement would like to find a way out, a solution would be reached on the same day. In response to a question, Tomar while speaking to the media in Gwalior said, “The farmers leaders who have been agitating for four months would like to find a way out, the same day a solution will be found and the government will find a way out.” That the government is ready for negotiation and wants a solution. When asked how the BJP is doing in Assam and Bengal, Tomar said, “I went to campaign in Assam and I am coming directly from Gwalior.” Today, the first phase of voting is taking place in Assam and West Bengal.

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