The Khalistanis, politicians, and opportunists masquerading as farmers are preparing to launch a massive tractor rally on Republic Day to make their fickle demands known to the centre. Rakesh Tikait, one of the lynchpins of the entire fake farmers’ protest has now issued a statement that could potentially cause a repeat of Shaheen Bagh and North East Delhi riots.
According to a Live Hindustan report, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader and spokesperson Rakesh Tikait asked the farmers to block roads in cities and towns where they are leading tractors protest on January 26, after news of the Yogi Administration asking its supply officers in all the districts to not give diesel to the protesting farmers, hit the newsstands.
The likes of Tikait and Yogendra Yadav have claimed that thousands of farmers from across the country are planning to join their counterparts near Delhi border. At such a sensitive time when the threat perception of terrorist activity is incredibly high, the Tractor rally is nothing short of a suicidal mission to put the lives of thousands of ordinary UP’ites and Delhites in danger.
Reported by TFI, when Supreme Court intervened in a legislative law passed by the government through the right and proper channels, few eyebrows were raised, alleging that the highest court of law in the country had crossed a line and stepped into uncharted territory by blurring the line between legislature and judiciary.
However, on the contrary, the Supreme Court of India and CJI Bobde exposed the reality of the fake farmers’ protests led by the likes of Rakesh Tikait. The apex court’s controversial stay on the revolutionary farm laws has shown that the agitations have nothing to do with the farming sector or those involved in it, but are only a means to destabilise the Modi government.
The Government even gave the generous offer of delaying the enactment of the farm laws by 18 months after SC stayed the bill but the anti-national elements have been adamant about stretching the protests.
Despite the stay, the Khalistani elements in the farmers’ protests are still holding the national capital to siege. The bait of ‘reward-money’ is being floated around so that the Khalistani elements can unfurl the Khalistan flag on the Indian Republic Day.
They say, history often repeats itself. In 1815 Napoleon in a quest to reclaim his lost glory went to Waterloo to fight the Duke of Wellington and coalition of allied nations for one last shot at redemption. However, he was beaten brutally and was forced to abdicate for the second time, bringing a conclusive end to the Napoleonic Era.
While Tikait is no Napoleon — in fact, he is a nobody who is only surviving on the accomplishments of his father to further his electoral reach, come to the next assembly elections, but his end is fated to receive a similar end.
Tikait is the son of revolutionary farm leader Mahendra Singh Tikait, who was one of the founding members of the BKU. However, Rakesh has not amounted to even a fraction of what his father was back in the day. His end is nearing close as the Yogi administration starts to tighten the noose around his and his compatriot’s neck.
The mega tractor rally is being planned to douse the flames of anarchy only. However, if history serves any purpose, Noida could very well be the place where the bogus farmers’ protests are brought to their poetic Napoleonic end. And which leader better prepared to take on them, then one named Yogi Adityanath, clad in his bhagwa attire.