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Conspiracy being hatched to snatch away lands from farmers: Tikait

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Conspiracy being hatched to snatch away lands from farmers: Tikait

Conspiracy being hatched to snatch away lands from farmers: Tikait

Bhartiya Kisan Union National spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that conspiracy is being hatched to snatch away land from farmers.

He said that many more laws will be passed to make it impossible for common people and farmers to buy milk, electricity, seeds and pesticides.

"A big conspiracy is being hatched to snatch away land from farmers.

Big corporates are in search of your land.

Youths will be unemployed if land is grabbed from farmers.

Farmers will be given loans through Kisan Credit Cards taking land as collateral.

When you fail to repay the loan, they will take away your land," he said.

Tikait was addressing a Mahapanchayat in Shivamogga.


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