Bangla Hunt Desk: The peasant movement has taken a turn for the worse after violence spread across Delhi at a tractor rally by farmers on Democracy Day. BM Singh, the leader of the state Kisan organization, has decided to expel his organization from the movement after making serious allegations against Rakesh Tikait, the leader of the Indian Kisan Union. “We are ending this movement here,” he said. Our organization will not make this movement this time.
On the other hand, the farmers of the Vanu group of the Indian Kisan Union also withdrew from the movement. The head of the organization Bhanupratap Singh said that strict action should be taken against those guilty. Vanupratap Singh Chilla announced to end the dharna from the border.
BM Singh, leader of the state Kisan Sangathan, said those who wanted to leave the movement should do so now. I can't run this movement like this. We are not here to be martyred, nor to kill our own people. It is not possible to move with them, whose path is different.
He complained against farmer leader Rakesh Tikait, saying that Rakesh Tikait had once again raised the issue of sugarcane farmers. He did not say anything about buying paddy. We have come here to support, on the other hand our support has become another leader. We will not tolerate it. I have worked to make this movement bigger, I have brought farmers to Delhi. We did not come here to discredit ourselves, the country and Republic Day.
After this statement of BM Singh, a leader of the United Kisan Morcha said, will he separate himself from the movement? Everyone has already separated him. He said the farmers who have been protesting in the shadow of the United Kisan Morcha will continue their protest in the coming days.