While the whole of the country is engaged in preparation for the New Year, poor farmers of Uttar Pradesh and Punjab are still living cursed lives on the farmers’ protest site. Even after Prime Minister Narendra Modi withdrew the 3 farm laws, Rakesh Tikait’s insistence on not relieving his poor colleagues from protests has proved that the so-called protests were never about the farm laws, and that some other nefarious agendas are lurking underneath.
While nation mourns for 26/11 martyrs, Tikait celebrated one year of holding the country hostage:
When the whole nation was mourning the death of martyrs of the 26/11 attacks, Rakesh Tikait was busy celebrating one year of fake farmers’ protests. Talking to various news portals on the occasion, Rakesh Tikait reiterated that the protests against the farm laws will not be withdrawn even if the 3 farm laws are withdrawn. It is pertinent to note that withdrawing the 3 farm laws was the supposed main demand of Tikait-led protestors.
In an interview with Amish Devgan, the supposed farm leader asked the Narendra Modi government to bring out some kind of positive steps to help the families of people who died due to Tikait’s own stubbornness.
Informing that, the farmers have asked the government to form a committee, he said, “We had demanded the formation of a committee. Other decisions will also be taken in the committee itself. Even today we talked about whatever mishappenings happened during the movement and those who were martyred, the Indian government should also talk about them.”
On being countered that his own people ran rout on Republic day, Tikait sidestepped the issue and gave a generic answer that he also wants to find out an amicable solution.
Tractor rally to parliament will be held at any cost, affirms Tikait:
In another interview with Aaj Tak, Tikait reaffirmed that the fake farmers will be performing the despicable act of enforcing tractors into the parliament on November 29 2021. Claiming that the Modi government has given them permission for the tractor rally, Tikait said, “The government has given an affidavit that all the roads are open. The movement is going well. It is going from farm to Parliament. This movement will run in the field and will move forward strongly.”
Tikait’s cognitive dissonance was out in the open. Firstly, he claimed that on one hand he and the people behind him are protestors and do not hold any political ambitions. Then, he went on to contradict himself by issuing a political statement that they will oppose BJP for an uncertain time. Moreover, he also said that Owaisi and BJP, the two opposite poles of politics are actually the same.
Repealing of farm laws has no effect on fake farmers:
Recently, on the occasion of Guru Purab, while the majority of the nation had barely woken up to the nippy, wintery November morning, PM Modi dropped a figurative bomb, stating that the three farm laws, brought in by his government and defended incessantly by his legion of supporters, were being repealed.
The repealing of farm laws came as a huge political loss for the BJP. Its own voter base was disgruntled by the Prime Minister’s decision. However, the fake farmers and Khalistanis involved in the protests did not pay any heed to PM Modi’s appeal to withdraw the protest, and vowed to continue with their already planned tractor rally against the parliament – the very symbol representing the Indian democracy.
Violence, lynching, and every immoral stunt performed by the protestors:
As reported by the TFI, for the whole of last year, Rakesh Tikait along with Khalistanis, has held more than 1 billion Indian people as hostages. They left no stone unturned in defaming India outside the country as well. On Republic day, thousands of Khalistan-sponsored protesters rammed their tractors to the Red Fort in order to browbeat the Modi government into submission. Similarly, in Lakhimpur Kheri, the Khalistani-led people posing as poor farmers resorted to the lynching of BJP workers, to score a political point for Khalistani secessionism.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s jibe of Andolanjeevi (the leeches, who with their unnecessary protests, survive on sucking innocents citizens’ blood) has been vindicated by Rakesh Tikait in both letter and the spirit. Now, more than one year after PM Modi’s comment, these andolanjeevis are not even hiding their intentions. However, 1.4 billion silent Indians won’t tolerate it for long.