Farmers will now go Parliament sell produce Rakesh Tikait
Farmers will now go Parliament sell produce Rakesh Tikait. On October 29, barricades were removed from the Ghazipur border. On October 21, Supreme Court said that farmers have the right to protest but cannot block the roads. In an interview with ANI Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that as Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that farmers can sell their crops anywhere in India, they will now go to the Parliament to sell their crops. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha will take action and then proceed.
Why farmers‘ protest in Parliament?
“Our fight is against Three Farm Laws not for blocking roads”
Rakesh Tikait said that farmers are fighting against three farm laws not for blocking roads. He added that they were sitting on roads for the last 11 months and were asking to go to Delhi. As barricades are removed now first their tractors will go to Delhi.
Delhi Police placed barricades, concrete blocks, fencing, and giant nail on the roads to stop protesters from going to Delhi. JCB machines and police are removing barricades from Tikri and Ghazipur border.