"The government is disallowing use of tractor trolley for conveyance as part of a well planned conspiracy so that tractors are not used in farmers' agitations," the said the BKU leader.
Nothing can be more insulting: Congress on minister's continuation on 1st anniversary of Lakhimpur Kheri violence
Union Minister Ajay Mishra's son Ashish Misra was arrested after four farmers were crushed under the wheels of a convoy of cars.
"The entire opposition should come out onto the streets. Or else, in the coming days, all movements and political parties will be banned and closed down," Tikait said.
How long will PM continue to save tainted ministers: Priyanka on Ajay Mishra's remarks on farm leader
Ajay Kumar Mishra called farmer leader Rakesh Tikait a 'second-rate person'; his son is allegedly involved in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence in which four farmers were mowed down by a car last year.
Mishra's son is allegedly involved in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence in which four farmers were mowed down by a car last year.
The Delhi Police working at the behest of the government cannot suppress the voice of the farmers, Tikait, the national spokesperson for the Bharatiya Kisan Union tweeted.
The farmers, belonging to 31 different orgainsations including Rakesh Tikait's Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), had converged in Lakhimpur Kheri under the aegis of Samyukt Kisan Morcha.
District Magistrate Mahendra Bahadur Singh and others arrived at the dharna site around 2.30 pm and received the a memorandum by the farmers.
Details of the week-long telephone conversation among the accused about the plot to attack Tikait, technical and CCTV footage details have been included.
He also alleged that old police cases against farmers were being dug up to intimidate them in the wake of major protests in recent years.
The national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) and a prominent face of the 2020-21 farmers' stir in Delhi, took to social media to lodge his protest against the Centre.
Work is underway for the Noida International Airport in Jewar area of Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Buddh Nagar district, some 80 km off Delhi.
Tikait, the leader of Bharatiya Kisan Union, was attacked at Gandhi Bhavan on May 30, when he had come to attend a farmers’ meeting and address a press conference.
Bharatiya Kisan Union national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait on Friday accused the BJP of plotting to get him killed.
The attack on farmer leader Rakesh Tikait at an event in Bengaluru drew widespread condemnation from various quarters.
Farm organisations hold protests against ink attack on Rakesh Tikait, supporters demand Z-plus security
Farm organisations across the country on Tuesday staged protests against the attack on farmer leader Rakesh Tikait.
Miscreants on Monday threw ink on Tikait during an event organised by a farmers' organisation at Gandhi Bhavan in the Karnataka capital following which three people were arrested.
The three accused smeared the farmer leader’s face with black ink and tried to hit him with a mic.
KPCC president DK Shivakumar, who met Tikait, attacked the BJP government.
Rakesh Tikait along with other leaders had come to the city to address the media over allegations against state farmers leader Kodihalli Chandrashekar.