In a Freudian slip of sorts, ‘farm leader’ Rakesh Tikait has revealed that the kisan morcha and the agitation as a whole has an ‘alliance’ in at least 73 countries across the world. This has cemented suspicions of many that the farmers’ protests, centred around the border of Delhi, have large-scale international backing. It must be remembered that as the world advances in its fight against the Chinese pandemic, India is helping scores of nations by supplying them with free ‘Made in India’ vaccines. This has led to an unprecedented upswing in India’s image across the world.
The West, however, is not happy. Despite them pretending to be wholehearted friends and allies of India, our rise as a superpower and vishwaguru is despised by foreign powers and vested interest groups. The same was proven by the Google toolkit shared mistakenly by eco-fascist Greta Thunberg. Now, with Rakesh Tikait saying that the protests enjoy the support and tacit help from 73 nations, it has been proven that the agitations have nothing to do with the three revolutionary farm reforms, but are solely aimed at destabilising India.
In the backdrop of support extended by international celebrities to the farmers’ protests, Tikait, while speaking to Aaj Tak, admitted that he didn’t know Rihanna but his outfit had an alliance with farmers in 73 nations.
“We don’t know Rihanna. We have an alliance with farmers in 73 nations. For example, in Brazil, there are no farmers and farming is mostly done by companies. We are agitating there too,” Tikait said. The criminally charged farm leader then said, taking the example of Brazil, that 280 big industrialists and company owners owned over 80 per cent of the land in the South American country.
In essence, Tikait was boasting about his international alliance, spread across 73 nations, against the menace of capitalism and industrialists. While up until Tikait confessed the same, Indians had based such apprehensions on the exposed toolkit and Khalistani organisations alone, now, it would not be an overstatement to say that anti-India forces from across at least 73 countries of the world are working in tandem to defame and destabilise our country.
This revelation comes even as the farmers’ protests lose all steam in India after the Republic Day violence effectuated by so-called farmers in the national capital. As for the farm leader at Ghazipur, Rakesh Tikait’s hopes of resuscitating his political career are now nothing more than farfetched dreams. To be a political leader with a UAPA background is simply impossible, and Tikait’s dreams of outgrowing his present self have been shattered.