Rakesh Tikait came to Jind of Haryana

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To pay tribute to the farmers of the district who lost their lives during the agitation of farmers, the Naugama Khap on Wednesday in Gulkani village of Jind, Haryana built a monument at the village bus station and dedicated the memorial to the martyred farmers in the village. Farmer leaders Rakesh Tikait and Ratan Mann attended the program as main guests, while several farmer leaders, including Rajya Sabha member Deepender Hooda, attended the program.

Rakesh Tikait, leader of United Kisan Morcha and National Spokesman of BKIU, addressed the farmers that Haryana and Khaps have contributed a lot to the peasant movement and thanks to them the farmers have won in this movement. Haryana’s youth are revolutionaries and people have learned to agitate peacefully.

Do not make donations to any stranger
Rakesh Tikait said that for the donations you collect, make a committee in your village for this. Do not make this donation to any stranger. Before a lot of people came who picked up your donation and took it away. Now this should not be allowed to happen at all. He said committees should be formed in the villages to raise the voice of the peasants and strengthen their khaps.

He said the arrangements made by the people of Punjab and by the efforts of Gurudwara during the movement were commendable. Because of this, the peasants were able to carry out such a long movement. Three generations coexisted in this movement. This movement was an ideological movement and social media was also a major movement in this movement, which led this movement from village to village. It was attended by people from different states across the country.

Praise memorial to the martyrs of the farmers
Tikait said farmers who were martyred during the unrest have not yet received compensation. In this regard, talks will also be held with the Government of Telangana and compensation will be given. We must also take care of the families of the peasants who lost their lives, who made sacrifices for the peasants. He praised the farmers ’martyr’s memorial built in Gulkani and said it should be properly maintained. A library should be built here so that children can study there.

Schools, roads should bear the name of the farmers who lost their lives: Kohad
Young farmer leader Abhimanyu Kohad said that we should be inspired by these farmers, they have made sacrifices for our future generations. The streets and schools are named after this government in honor of RSS leader Syama Prasad Mookerjee. They claim that if any school, building or road should be named after the peasants who lost their lives in the peasant movement. On the attack on Rakesh Tikait in Bangalore, he said that this attack has not only happened to him but to the whole farming society. That is why he will not hesitate to make any sacrifice. He said the murder of singer Sidhu Musewala in the Punjab is condemnable. He had contributed much to the peasant movement.

All the peasants deserve congratulations for the peasant movement: Deependra
Deependra Hooda, a member of Rajya Sabha and leader of the Congress, said there has never been a movement like the farmers ’movement in the history of the world. That is why all farmers deserve congratulations. In this, about 700 peasants lost their lives, but the peasants did not give up and bowed before the government. He said a lot was learned from this peasant movement.

We were in both the government and the opposition and they saw in Parliament that the Punjab MPs used to raise the voice of the peasants without any hesitation, so they also raised their voices. You should elect representatives of these people, who can raise your voice in Chandigarh and Delhi. He said that if the government is formed in the state under the leadership of Bhupinder Singh Hooda, then all Haryana farmers who have lost their lives in this agitation, their dependents will have a job in the government.

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To pay tribute to the farmers of the district who lost their lives during the agitation of farmers, the Naugama Khap on Wednesday in Gulkani village of Jind, Haryana built a monument at the village bus station and dedicated the memorial to the martyred farmers in the village. Farmer leaders Rakesh Tikait and Ratan Mann attended the program as main guests, while several farmer leaders, including Rajya Sabha member Deepender Hooda, attended the program.

Rakesh Tikait, leader of United Kisan Morcha and National Spokesman of BKIU, addressed the farmers that Haryana and Khaps have contributed a lot to the peasant movement and thanks to them the farmers have won in this movement. Haryana’s youth are revolutionaries and people have learned to agitate peacefully.

Do not make donations to any stranger

Rakesh Tikait said that for the donations you collect, make a committee in your village for this. Do not make this donation to any stranger. Before a lot of people came who picked up your donation and took it away. Now this should not be allowed to happen at all. He said committees should be formed in the villages to raise the voice of the peasants and strengthen their khaps.

He said the arrangements made by the people of Punjab and by the efforts of Gurudwara during the movement were commendable. Because of this, the peasants were able to carry out such a long movement. Three generations coexisted in this movement. This movement was an ideological movement and social media was also a major movement in this movement, which led this movement from village to village. It was attended by people from different states across the country.

Praise memorial to the martyrs of the farmers

Tikait said farmers who were martyred during the unrest have not yet received compensation. In this regard, talks will also be held with the Government of Telangana and compensation will be given. We must also take care of the families of the peasants who lost their lives, who made sacrifices for the peasants. He praised the farmers ’martyr’s memorial built in Gulkani and said it should be properly maintained. A library should be built here so that children can study there.

Schools, roads should bear the name of the farmers who lost their lives: Kohad

Young farmer leader Abhimanyu Kohad said that we should be inspired by these farmers, they have made sacrifices for our future generations. The streets and schools are named after this government in honor of RSS leader Syama Prasad Mookerjee. They claim that if any school, building or road should be named after the peasants who lost their lives in the peasant movement. On the attack on Rakesh Tikait in Bangalore, he said that this attack has not only happened to him but to the whole farming society. That is why he will not hesitate to make any sacrifice. He said the murder of singer Sidhu Musewala in the Punjab is condemnable. He had contributed much to the peasant movement.

All the peasants deserve congratulations for the peasant movement: Deependra

Deependra Hooda, a member of Rajya Sabha and leader of the Congress, said there has never been a movement like the farmers ’movement in the history of the world. That is why all farmers deserve congratulations. In this, about 700 peasants lost their lives, but the peasants did not give up and bowed before the government. He said a lot was learned from this peasant movement.

We were in both the government and the opposition and they saw in Parliament that the Punjab MPs used to raise the voice of the peasants without any hesitation, so they also raised their voices. You should elect representatives of these people, who can raise your voice in Chandigarh and Delhi. He said that if the government is formed in the state under the leadership of Bhupinder Singh Hooda, then all Haryana farmers who have lost their lives in this agitation, their dependents will have a job in the government.

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