Government wants to get me killed, alleges Rakesh Tikait

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) public representative Rakesh Tikait has asserted that the public authority “needs to wreck me” and that the assaults on him in Karnataka and Delhi are evidence enough.

He was tending to the ranchers and endorsers at the Kisan Panchayat in Meerut’s Kanker Khera on Friday.

Naming the new dark paint assault on him in Karnataka a “very much arranged” connivance, he claimed that there was likewise a plot to kill him when he visited Gen Bipin Rawat’s home in Delhi to give recognition to him after he died in a helicopter crash last December.

It is a pivotal time which couldn’t be squandered in infighting as the public authority is playing “harm” legislative issues to disband the ranchers’ association, he said.

“The Tikait family has consistently raised the ranchers’ voice firmly and will keep making it happen. After Baba Mahendra Singh Tikait, Naresh Tikait has now devoted himself to the reason. The Tikait family won’t surrender to the strain,” he affirmed.

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Before the gathering political race, he said, the Uttar Pradesh government had guaranteed free power for water system however presently ranchers are being “bothered by introducing meters on tubewells”, which wouldn’t go on without serious consequences.

“Work vehicles running for over 10 years are being halted. The BKU is battling against such provocation,” Tikait said.

Interesting to ranchers to get greatest number of individuals under the association’s crease, the rancher chief said that main a solid and joined battle against the public authority would yield results.

“The battle is on. We will go on till the public authority comes to the arranging table. Till then, at that point, there will be no arrangement,” he closed. IANS

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