Elections will be held in five states – Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Goa, Punjab and Uttarakhand. In this situation, the Bharatiya Kisan Union (PKU) has stated that it will not support any political party in this state election. Rakesh Dikait Said.
Sindhan Shivir, a three-day farmers’ seminar in Uttar Pradesh, was asked about the BJP’s position in the elections. “We are not going to support anyone in this election,” he said.
Earlier, Naresh Dikait, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, had called on the farmers to support the Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Samajwadi Party. He then met BJP’s Sanjeev Balyana. After this meeting he, I withdraw the old request. PKU said it did not support anyone in the election.
In this situation Rakesh Dikattum in 5 state elections No support for any political party That said.
At the Sindhan Shivir meeting, various issues of the farmers were also discussed. Various farmers arrested in the Lakhimpur Gary incident have not yet been released. But the Home Minister is still out. This is the biggest problem. Apart from this the government has not yet announced anything about the minimum resource price. The government withdrew three agricultural laws following a 13-month struggle. “Our victory has drawn the attention of the political parties,” he said.
Who is this dude?
Rakesh was born on June 4, 1969 in the village of Sisauli in Muzaffarnagar in western Uttar Pradesh. His father was Mahendersingh Dikait, a well-known leader of the country’s agricultural associations.
Mahendrasingh formed the Bharatiya Kisan Union, an agrarian union, in 1987 and led various struggles. He was on behalf of his union in the biggest struggle in Muzaffarnagar for the electricity problem of the farmers.
Farmer Jaipal and U.P. State Police Constable Akbar was the victim of the gunfire. At the time, Rakesh was working as an ordinary constable in the Delhi Police.
However, Rakesh was inspired by his father’s fighting qualities from an early age. In 1993, Mahendrasingh rallied the peasants and staged a large rally towards the Red Fort in Delhi.
At that time, he resigned for the farmers saying that he did not need this guard job anymore. Rakesh continues to run the Bharatiya Kisan Union along with his elder brother Naresh Digam.