Groups of farmers from Uttar Pradesh arrived at the protest site in Ghazipur on the border between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh on Thursday to take action against the government’s order. Rakesh Tikait, spokesman for the Bharatiya Kisan Union, said with tears he would rather die by suicide than end the agitation

In light of the violence at the Farmers’ Day tractor rally, severe security precautions were taken at the site, however, on Thursday the Ghaziabad district judge gave farmers an ultimatum to leave the site by midnight

Tikait emotionally appealed to his supporters at the protest location and stated that the protest against the agricultural laws would continue. The BKU leader added that he would ask more people to join the protest if necessary

He later burst into tears speaking to the media, “We are not going to leave the website,” Tikait said. “We are going to face bullets but not leave the protest There is a conspiracy to end this agitation, but it won’t end. You want to destroy the pawns ”

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Tikait’s message had an immediate impact. Back in his hometown of Sisauli, Uttar Pradesh, hundreds of people gathered in front of his house and shouted slogans in support of him. His brother Naresh Tikait announced that a “Mahapanchayat” would be held in Muzaffarnagar to mark the upcoming Discuss plan

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Rakesh Tikait and several other peasant leaders were named in an initial briefing report filed by Delhi police in connection with the violence at tractor rallies. The police have also issued warnings against them

Meanwhile, it was reported that farmers from Haryana drove to Delhi at night to support the protests, according to The Indian Express, the farmers also blocked the Jind-Chandigarh National Highway near the village of Kandela

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Up to 1000 police officers, three Central Armed Police Forces companies and six Provincial Armed Constabulary companies were deployed in Ghazipur amid tensions, The Indian Express reported

Dramatic scenes occurred in Delhi on Tuesday when peasants protesting agricultural laws clashed with police who used tear gas and batons to control them. A protester was killed in clashes in the ITO area of ​​Delhi Delhi police said 394 of their officers were injured across the city

Prominent farmers’ unions and leaders distanced themselves from the violence and blamed certain “anti-social elements” for it

However, one of the first intelligence reports filed by the police named several peasant leaders, including the President of Swaraj India, Yogendra Yadav, and the President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union’s Haryana Unit, Gurnam Singh Chaduni. Up to 19 people were charged with violence arrested

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World news – CA – The protest site in Ghazipur is swelling after farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has addressed emotionally