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Tikait’s stir formula: 1 village, 1 tractor, 15 men for 10 days

IndiaTimes Saturday, 6 March 2021
With the massive farmers’ protest completing its 100 days at Delhi’s borders on Saturday, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait has appealed to the farmers to follow the formula ‘1V-1T-15M-10D’ — one village, one tractor, 15 men for 10 days — to strengthen the movement.
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