After Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a strong response to those doing politics under the disguise of farmers’ protest and assured that Minimum Support Price (MSP) will remain, Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait has reacted to the statement, calling it an attempt to confuse.
Tikait claimed that the farmers never said the MSP will be withdrawn but they were demanding a law on MSP.
“When did we say that MSP will end? There should be a law on MSP,” he said.
Tikait also added that the farmers’ union is ready to talk to the PM if he wants to talk. “If the Prime Minister wants to talk then our front will talk. Just like PM Modi asked people to leave their gas cylinder subsidy, he should also appeal MPs and MLAs to leave their pensions,” he said.
to the motion of thanks on the address of President Ram Nath Kovind in the Rajya Sabha, doing politics under the guise of the new Farm Laws and Farmers Protest of the Center. Pressurized the opposition
Earlier, this issue was about Punjab and Haryana. Then it became an issue for the Jat community. Now it is about small and big farmers. All farmers are equal, what is this small and big?” he asked.
Tikait added that the price of food grains will be decided on the basis on hunger.
“There will be no trade on hunger in the country. The price of food grains will not be decided on hunger. Milk is sold cheaper than water in the country. Its rate has to be fixed as well,” he said.
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