Rakesh Tikait said, unemployment will increase due to closure of private bus stands, big agitations have to be done now
Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that the state government is removing private bus stands and parking stands, which will increase unemployment and people's problems. He called upon the farmers to reach the panchayat to be held in Kakra on 29th May in maximum numbers.
Former block president and senior leader Mangeram Tyagi, resident of village Qutubpur in the area, died two days ago. On Friday, Rakesh Tikait reached his residence to console him. Talking to reporters, he said that the organization has yet to make big movements. The central government had promised to withdraw the cases filed against the farmers, not to break the tractors of the farmers. Vehicles of judges, doctors and farmers should not be compared with trucks, buses. Farmers are not getting payment of sugarcane price on time.
The government is getting meters installed on the tube wells of the farmers, no one is telling why they are installing them. Now the stands of private buses and other vehicles are being removed, due to which unemployment will increase. Where will the tempo, taxi drivers go and the passengers will also have problems. Responding to a question, he said that 46 organizations have been formed so far after separating from BKU, the office bearers who have left recently will not affect the organization. During this, Monu Pradhan, Raja Gurjar, Shashi, Arun Tyagi, Mukeem Ahmed, Kakkan Tyagi, Sajid, Hemant Tyagi were present.