Tikait says that the farm laws will ruin traders eventually leading to closure of small business utilities. He says that only commercial malls will survive.
He also has plans of visiting Rajasthan on 17th March.
Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait stressed that the ongoing farmers’ agitation may continue till December 2021. He also said that he was not going to sit only in Delhi but also planning of moving around the entire country.
Tikait has plans of visiting Madhya Pradesh today, 15th March, Sri Ganganagar on 17th March, Ghazipur’s UP Gate border on 18th March, Odisha on 19th March and Karnataka on 21st and 22nd March. The Kisan leader was speaking to reporters in Allahabad after his visit to West Bengal during election campaigning.
Tikait has alleged that the government is being run by big business houses and that small traders and businesses will soon close because of the attitude of the government. He said that only commercial malls will survive as the farm laws will lead to the closure of all small time neighbourhood shops.
While in Allahabad, he garlanded his late father Mahendra Singh Tikait’s statue.