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Save Country From “Company Raj”: Farmer Leader Rakesh Tikait On Ambedkar Birth Anniversary

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Rakesh Tikait alleged that Union authorities is nervous about corporations.

Ghaziabad:

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Farmers protesting towards the Centre’s farm legal guidelines at Delhi’s Ghazipur border paid tributes to BR Ambedkar on his one hundred and thirtieth delivery anniversary on Wednesday with BKU chief Rakesh Tikait urging folks to save lots of the nation from the “firm raj”.

Talking on the event, Mr Tikait alleged that as a substitute of caring for the Indian structure, the Union authorities is nervous about corporations.

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The federal government just isn’t headed by the BJP, it’s being run by corporations, he mentioned in a press release issued by the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU).

He urged folks to save lots of the nation from the “firm raj”, giving the slogan of “save structure, save farmers”.

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He alleged that a number of corporations are eyeing the agriculture land beneath the garb of contract farming.

The nation has been offered by the federal government to those corporations, he alleged.

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On the event, Bhim Military chief Chandra Shekhar Ravan mentioned the general public is conscious of the Union authorities’s coverage of divide and rule.

All castes and realigns are united and would reply to the federal government for its dictatorship and exploitation, he mentioned.

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Hundreds of farmers, principally from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, have been tenting at three border factors of Delhi — Singhu, Tikri (alongside Haryana), and Ghazipur — demanding a repeal of the three farm legal guidelines enacted by the Centre in September final 12 months.

The Centre says the brand new farm legal guidelines will free farmers from middlemen, giving them extra choices to promote their crops.

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The protesting farmers, nevertheless, say the legal guidelines will weaken the minimal assist worth (MSP) system and go away them on the mercy of massive corporates.

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