‘I don’t want the Prime Minister to apologize: Rakesh Tikait‘s declaration comes only days after the. Centre abolished three agricultural rules that had been the target of nearly a year of protests by farmers’ unions.
Farmers do not want an apology from Prime Minister. Narendra Modi, according to Bharatiya Kisan. Union (BKU) head. Rakesh Tikait, who added that they do not want to ruin his image overseas.
His declaration comes just days after the. Centre abolished three agricultural legislation that had been the target of nearly a year of protests by farmers’ unions.
‘I don’t want the Prime Minister to apologize: “We don’t want the Prime Minister to apologise for anything. We don’t want to damage his international reputation. If a decision is made, it will not be made without the farmers’ approval. We work hard to nurture the crops, but Delhi has ignored our pleas “In a tweet, the BKU leader remarked (roughly translated from Hindi).
We took a stride back and will take another step ahead because farmers are India’s backbone, and strengthening the backbone would strengthen the country.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrapped the three agriculture laws on November 19. These measures were voted during Parliament’s winter session, which started on November 23.
Farmers who had been protesting for nearly a year on Delhi’s outskirts against the three laws have now called an end to their agitation and returned to their homes.
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