Rakesh Tikait responds to Haryana Congress chief’s ‘liquor’ comment


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Rakesh Tikait responds to Haryana Congress chief’s ‘liquor’ comment

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Rakesh Tikait has dismissed the remarks by a Haryana Congress chief whereby she requested occasion employees to donate cash and liquor to farmers’ who’re protesting at Delhi border factors towards the brand new agri legal guidelines. Tikait mentioned that such leaders don’t have anything to do with the “farmers’ motion”.

“What’s the usage of liquor right here? I do not know why she’s making such feedback. Such individuals do not have something to do with the motion. It is mistaken and should not be executed,” Tikait informed reporters on Congress’ Vidya Rani’s controversial assertion.

“They will distribute no matter they need to of their (Congress) personal motion,” he added.

Earlier on Monday, Congress chief Vidya Rani requested her occasion employees to distribute alcohol amongst different issues to “help” farmers’ agitation. Rani made the remark through the Congress’ govt meet in Jind.

“We must always assist them. Be it cash, greens, liquor – we are able to contribute as we like and strengthen this agitation. It isn’t a motion of farmers solely however all of us,” Rani was heard saying in a 80-second video, which went viral on the web. 

READ MORE: ‘Distribute liquor to farmers’: Congress chief’s stunning comment to ‘help’ farmers’ stir

On Congress chief Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s go to to Uttar Pradesh for the second time in every week to handle Kisan panchayat, Tikat mentioned, “If she goes to the panchayat then who’re we to cease them, everybody ought to maintain panchayats. Priyanka is sitting in Delhi, so what can she do right here solely? She should go to the village.”

“We aren’t conducting mahapanchayats. The (political leaders) should be holding their very own panchayats, not our farmers unions,” he added. 

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