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Siddaramaiah Slams BS Yediyurappa For “Hidden Agenda” Against Farm Leader Rakesh Tikait


Siddaramaiah additionally urged BS Yediyurappa to withdraw all circumstances filed towards the farmer’s chief.

Bengaluru (Karnataka):

Leader of Opposition in Karnataka and Congress chief Siddaramaiah stated the circumstances filed towards Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) president Rakesh Tikait in Shivamogga and Haveri has uncovered the hidden agenda of Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa.

Siddaramaiah additionally urged BS Yediyurappa to withdraw all circumstances filed towards the farmer’s chief.

“I condemn the decision of the police to file cases against farmer’s leader Rakesh Tikait. This has exposed the hidden agenda of self-proclaimed farmer’s leader BS Yediyurappa. I urge him to immediately withdraw all the cases against Rakesh Tikait,” he tweeted.

“It has become a norm for the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) leaders to consider all anti-farm act protestors as criminals but the people of our country know who the real culprits are,” he added.

He additional stated it’s silly on the a part of Karnataka BJP leaders to assume that they will management farmers by utilizing the police power.

Two circumstances have been registered, one every in Karnataka’s Shivamogga and Haveri, towards Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) president Rakesh Rakesh Tikait over his latest speech in Shivamogga.

On Saturday, whereas addressing a gathering of farmers, Rakesh Tikait had stated farmers in Karnataka ought to organise a protest within the state much like that of Delhi and gherao Bengaluru from all sides.

“You need to make a ”Delhi” in Bengaluru. You need to gherao Bengaluru (like Delhi) from all sides and people will come and join your protest…The Prime Minister said farmers can sell crops anywhere so you take your crops to offices of District Collector, SDM and if the police stop you, ask them to buy crops on MSP,” Rakesh Tikait had stated.





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