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'Since govt going to Bengal...': Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait on Kolkata plan
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'Govt in Kolkata, we will also go there to speak with farmers': Rakesh Tikait
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‘A govt can never dare to make laws that will harm farmers’: Tomar
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Watch: Agriculture Minister responds to Tikait’s ‘40 lakh tractor march’ threat
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Doors still open for talks Tomar on Tikait's '40 lakh tractors march' plan
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‘Will march to Parliament with 40 lakh tractors’: Rakesh Tikait warns Centre
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Will march to Parliament with 40 lakh tractors if farm laws aren't taken back: Rakesh Tikait
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Maharashtra: No permission for Rakesh Tikait’s rally amid rising Covid cases
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Rakesh Tikait denied permission to hold meetings in Maharashtra amid rising COVID-19 cases
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We'll harvest as well as protest: Rakesh Tikait
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Why are Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar silent on fuel prices, questions Nana Patole
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Tikait says ‘Rail Roko’ will be peaceful; security stepped up near tracks
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'Congress can do...': Farmer leader reacts to 'send liquor' call by Vidya Rani
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Rakesh Tikait threatens Centre, says repeal farm laws or will march to Parliament with 40 lakh tractors
Farmers will gherao Parliament, forty lakh tractors to reach Delhi: BKU leader Rakesh TikaitTikait has also asked the protesting farmers to be ready as there can be a call to march to Delhi anytime.
'When crowds gather, governments get changed': Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh TikaitTikait also warned that the government could find it difficult to stay in power if the new farm laws are not repealed.
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BKU’s Rakesh Tikait hits back at Tomar, says governments change when crowds gather: Key developments
Be ready to sacrifice your standing crop: Tikait to farmersAsserting that they won't return home till the farm laws are repealed, Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait on Thursday said farmers should be ready to sacrifice their standing crop for it...
Revealed: BKU leader Rakesh Tikait's massive financial worth - Read all details hereWhile Rakesh Tikait is leading a sit-in demonstration at Delhi's Ghazipur border for many months, his business is flourishing during this time.
BKU leader Rakesh Tikait responds to PM Modi's statement on MSP, says farmers ready to talkTikait claimed that the farmers never said the MSP will be withdrawn and PM Modi is trying to confuse people.
Govt conspiracy against farmers strengthened their protest: BKU leader Rakesh TikaitBharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait on Sunday said the Central Government's conspiracy against farmers has strengthened their protest against the newly-enacted farm laws.
It was banned: Rakesh Tikait opens up on use of Bhindranwale's flag during February 6 'chakka jam'The BKU spokesperson asserted that the display of Bhindrawale's flag during 'chakka jam' was wrong and it should not have been displayed.
Govt has time till Oct 2 to repeal farm laws, says BKU leader Rakesh TikaitThe farmers' unions conducted a three-hour 'chakka jam' across the country today between 12 noon and 3 pm.
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