Rakesh Tikait: Rakesh joined BJP from Tikait; Demand for expulsion of MLA – farmers protest at ghazipur border farm laws rakesh tikait


Navi Delhi: Rakesh Tikait, the leader of the Indian Farmers ‘Union, has now joined the farmers’ protest in the BJP. The party is demanding the expulsion of Loni MLA Nand Kishore Gurjar. Rakesh Tikait is protesting against agricultural laws at the Ghazipur border.

MLA Gurjar incited the farmers to tarnish the image of BJP. Earlier, the Loni MLA had tried to tarnish the image of the party. He had agitated with the opposition leaders outside the assembly. Rakesh Tikait had accused both BJP MLAs Nand Kishore Gurjar and Sunil Sharma of hooliganism, said Loni BJP president Ranjita Dhama.

This is why Rakesh Tikait joined the agitation again. But we have not crossed the Ghazipur border, claims Loni MLA Nand Kishor Gurjar. Also, after the incident of violence on January 26, a letter from him demanding the execution of farmer leaders like Rakesh Tikait and Yogendra Yadav is going viral. Rakesh Tikait had earlier expressed readiness to surrender peacefully. But after MLA Nand Kishore Gurjar reached the protest site, he decided not to surrender to the police, Loni BJP president Ranjita Dhama wrote in a letter to the state government.

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While Tikait was ready to surrender to the police, there were 500-700 protesters at the Ghazipur border. But MLA Nand Kishor deliberately turned it into a crowd of thousands. In the forthcoming assembly elections, MLA Nand Kishore Gurjar wants to contest from Samajwadi Party. That is why they are constantly plotting to oust the government, wrote Ranjita Dhama in the letter.


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