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Next target Parliament, will sell crops at MSP there: Rakesh Tikait

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Next target Parliament, will sell crops at MSP there: Rakesh Tikait

Next target Parliament, will sell crops at MSP there: Rakesh Tikait

Warning the central government of another massive tractor march by protesting farmers, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait on March 13 said the next target will be Parliament, and the day the Samyukt Kisan Morcha decides, tractors will again enter the national capital.

"The day Samyukt Morcha decides, a new mandi will be opened at Parliament.

Tractors will again enter Delhi.

We have 3.5 lakh tractors and 25 lakh farmers, the next target will be to sell crops at Parliament," said Tikait in West Bengal's Nandigram where he also urged people to not for BJP in the upcoming state elections.


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