On the orders of the UP government, the local administration has provided two more security personnel from the police lines to the national spokesperson of Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU). The security of BKU leader Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bhartiya Kisan Union, has been increased. On the orders of the government, two more gunners have been provided to him from Muzaffarnagar police lines. Now three policemen will be deployed in his security. In view of the constant threats being received by the BKU leader, the government has increased his security.
Security of BKU leader Rakesh Tikait increased by Yogi government
Rakesh Tikait and his group has been agitating against three agricultural laws at Ghazipur border in Delhi for the last seven months since November 24. Meanwhile, the BKU leader has received threats thrice. Rakesh Tikait already had a security guard available. Now taking seriously the constant threats being received by him, the government had called for a report from the Ghaziabad administration. After which the government, while deciding to increase the security of Rakesh Tikait, ordered the Muzaffarnagar district administration to provide two more security personnel to him. On the orders of the government the local administration has provided two more security personnel from the police lines.
Dharna will continue at the police stations- Dheeraj Lation
On the other hand, there is a boil among the workers of the Bhartiya Kisan Union. The workers started indefinite dharna in the police stations of the district. District president of Bhartiya Kisan Union, Dheeraj Lation said that till the time the case is not registered on behalf of the farmers, the dharna will continue at the police stations.
The movement is going on at the Ghazipur border under the leadership of Rakesh Tikait. At the same time, some BJP leaders reached the stage during the agitation. After this, the workers beat up the BJP workers and drove them away. In this case, the police registered a case against the office bearers of the Bhartiya Kisan Union.