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On Rakesh Tikait’s “UN Remark”, BJP Leader Rajkumar Chahar’s “Contract To Defame India” Jibe

At Rakesh Tikait's 'UN Remark', BJP Leader's 'Contract To Defame India' Jibe

Rajkumar Chahar additionally alleged that Rakesh Tikait has nothing to do with farmers’ pursuits (File).

New Delhi:

Taking a jibe at Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Rakesh Tikait’s “UN remarks”, BJP Kisan Morcha president Rajkumar Chahar on Saturday accused the farmer chief of defaming the nation and warned him to rigorously select his phrases.

Pointing out that Mr Tikait is recurring of issuing statements after which clarifying it, the BJP Kisan Morcha president mentioned he ought to take into consideration the impression of his phrases.

“Has he (Rakesh Tikait) taken any contract to defame India? He should control his use of words and think about the impact of his words. Then later he will give clarifications. Ever since the so-called farmers’ movement started, after giving every statement, he has issued clarifications. How long will he do it?” questioned Mr Chahar.

Reacting to Mr Tikait’s UN remarks, Mr Chahar mentioned, “What has happened to Rakesh bhai? Today, the soul of Mahatma Mahendra Singh Tikait would also have been hurt. Whatever he wanted, has been done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the interests of the farmers. It is usually seen that Rakesh bhai talks nonsense.”

Mr Chahar additionally alleged that Mr Tikait has nothing to do with farmers’ pursuits.

He additional mentioned, “First of all, one should ask about Rakesh Tikait’s intention as when people climbed the Red Fort on January 26, he asked why were they not shot. This shows he is just worried about himself, about his family. He has nothing to do with the interest of the farmers.”

Warning Mr Tikait towards doing politics over farmers’ curiosity, the BJP Kisan Morcha president said, “Worry about the interest of the farmers, don’t do politics over their interests. I have a very clear say in this. When these three agriculture laws were enacted by the government, for the first time since independence reforms were brought in the agriculture sector for the benefit of the farmers with an aim to increase their income. This is the first time this has happened to bring a positive change in the lives of the farmers.”

Mr Chahar alleged that Mr Tikait, who immediately is on the forefront of protest towards three farm legal guidelines, had gone to Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar thanking him for bringing the legal guidelines and telling him that the choice would have introduced peace to the soul of his father, who labored for the curiosity of the farmers all through his life.

“Rakesh bhai is only doing pure politics. Giving his statements, changing the statements. When the three agriculture bills came, first of all, Rakesh Tikait ji went to the Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar and thanked him, saying that today the soul of my (Tikait’s) father Mahatma Mahendra Singh Tikait ji has got peace after the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, did the work to complete the efforts he had put in for the farmers during his lifetime.”

The BJP Kisan Morcha president accused Mr Tikait of ignoring the issues of farmers and changing into a hindrance in the best way of their pursuits.

“Now why is he doing this. What are the reasons? Which pressure or greed has led him to come in the way of the farmers’ interest. Why he is repeatedly ignoring the farmers and trying to become a hindrance in their interest?” questioned Mr Chahar.

Mr Chahar’s remarks got here a day after Mr Tikait, whereas talking about this 12 months’s Republic Day incident, mentioned, “We did not say that we’ll take up the issue of new farm bills to United Nations. We had responded to a question over January 26 incident. Is there any agency here that can conduct an impartial investigation? If not, should we take this matter to the UN?”

On Republic Day, protesters didn’t comply with the pre-arranged route and broke barricades to enter Delhi, clashed with police, and vandalised property in a number of elements of the nationwide capital in the course of the farmers’ tractor rally. They additionally entered the Red Fort and unfurled their flags from its ramparts.

Farmers have been protesting at completely different borders of the nationwide capital since November 26 towards the three newly enacted farm legal guidelines — Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; the Farmers Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act 2020 and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.


(THIS STORY HAS NOT BEEN EDITED BY INDIA07 TEAM AND IS AUTO-GENERATED FROM A SYNDICATED FEED.)

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