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The leaders of the United Kisan Front, which are leading the farmers’ movement, have warned the central government on Sunday. Farmer leaders are furious at the attempts to forcefully open the closed borders to prevent farmers from entering Delhi. Rakesh Tikait, Gurnam Chadhuni and Jagjit Dallewal cautioned the central government to be ready to face the consequences for any act.
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait tweeted, “If there is an attempt to forcibly remove the farmers from the borders of Delhi, they will turn government offices across the country into Galla Mandi.” On the other hand, Gurnam Singh Chaduni, state president of Haryana unit of Bhartiya Kisan Union (Chaduni Group), warned the central government and BJP that if they tried to tease the farmers, this time Diwali will be celebrated at the Prime Minister’s residence in New Delhi.
Farmer Jagjit Singh Dallewal also said that no decision to open Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders will be half-hearted. Whatever happens, everyone will agree.
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait’s tweet.
Since 26 November 2020, thousands of farmers have been camping at the three borders of Delhi, Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur, protesting the three agricultural laws of the Central Government. After the strong stand of the Supreme Court, for the last few days, the Delhi Police, the Central Government and the Haryana Government have been active in opening the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders of Uttar Pradesh adjoining Delhi.
In the midst of these efforts, the farmer leaders have warned the government directly in view of the possibility of any untoward incident. The leaders of the United Kisan Morcha say that the Central Government, Haryana Government, UP Government and Delhi Police should talk to the farmers before doing anything, otherwise they themselves will be responsible for the result.
Will fill the offices with food grains: Tikait
Rakesh Tikait, national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, tweeted on Sunday, “If attempts are made to forcibly remove the farmers from the Delhi border, they will turn government offices across the country into Galla Mandi.” Last week itself, Tikait had said that if the Delhi border is opened, the grains will be sold by taking them directly to the Parliament. Tikait’s tweet came two days after Delhi Police removed massive cement blocks and barricades from Ghazipur and Tikri borders.
Diwali at the door of PM’s residence: Chadhuni
BKU Haryana President Gurnam Singh Chaduni also released a video on Sunday, warning the government not to create any kind of misunderstanding. If an attempt is made to remove the farmers, this time Diwali will be celebrated at the door of Prime Minister Modi. In the video, Chadhuni told the farmers, ‘Friends, the government has been preparing to open the border for several days and there is a lot of panic among the people. There is a discussion that the government will clear the roads before Diwali. We want to warn the government not to be under any misunderstanding or mistake. Prepare yourself too. Everyone will go to Modi’s house and camp there.