Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait warns of further protests if farm laws not repealed by November 26

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IMAGE CREDITS : NDTV INDIA

On the 1st of November, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has declared November 26th as the deadline for the Union government to repeal the three new farm laws. In addition to this, he has given a warning that protests will be escalated if the administration fails to accept the demand.

It must be noted that November 26th will mark one year of the farmers’ protests at Delhi’s border sites in Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur.

On Sunday, Tikait had warned the government of the repercussions if the Centre tried to forcefully remove the protestors from Delhi’s borders. “If there is an attempt to forcibly remove the farmers from the borders, then they will turn government offices across the country into Galla Mandi (grain markets),” he said in a tweet.

Tikait informed the reporters that if the administration tries to dismantle the tents of protesting farmers at the border sites, then the protestors would set them up at police stations and at the office district magistrate, ANI reported.

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