Following the violence at the Red Fort on Republic Day, several farmer organizations have decided to withdraw from the movement. The farmers' agitation against the new agricultural laws had created chaos at the Ghazipur border last night. Indian Farmers Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait has leveled serious allegations against the police. He alleged that the police cut off the power of their camp at night. The farmers have accused the police and the government of destabilizing the movement.
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that the administration has spoiled the atmosphere today. Turned off the light. An atmosphere of fear is being created. That is why we are awake here at night. The administration wants our movement to end. On the question of registering an FIR by the Delhi Police, Tikait said that a case will be registered when they are agitating.
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that our movement will continue, action should be taken against whatever happened at the Red Fort and whoever did it, whatever happened and whoever did it, we are not with them, the route of the tractor rally, The police did not let him go.
The government’s move is to end the movement. Rakesh Tikait, on leaving the agitation of farmer leader Bhim Singh, said that his decision is unfortunate.