A day after the tarpaulin was removed from the tent at the Ghazipur border, Bhartiya Kisan Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait and other farmers on Friday painted the Delhi Police barricade with the words ‘Modi government responsible for the barricading’. “Modi government paves way,” he wrote on the barricading.
On Thursday, BKU spokesperson Rakesh Tikait removed the tarpaulin from a large tent in the service lane of NH-24. The tent has been part of the Kisan Andolan since November 26, 2020, which previously housed a media center and a langar.
Behind this tarpaulin are 16 layer barricades of Delhi Police. The farmers wanted to show that the roads were not blocked by the Delhi Police. On Friday, the farmers wrote slogans with green paint on the barricades and demanded that the Modi government pave the way.
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Rakesh Tikait says he wants to go to Delhi. Police have barricaded their way. The police removed the barricades so that they could go to the Parliament House and make their case.
Let me tell you that for the last 11 months, the Supreme Court has also expressed concern over the closure of Delhi’s borders. The apex court had on Thursday said that farmers could agitate but could not stand in the way. Rakesh Tikait has removed the tarpaulin from the tent and wants to tell the Supreme Court that the road has been blocked by the police.