BJP workers had reached the Ghazipur border to welcome a leader associated with the BJP, but all of a sudden a ruckus started here. BJP supporters allege that the farmers started rioting and stone pelting.
Delhi: There has been a ruckus between farmers and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders at Delhi’s Ghazipur border. It is being told that BJP workers had reached the Ghazipur border to welcome a leader associated with the BJP, but all of a sudden a ruckus started here. BJP supporters allege that the farmers started rioting and stone pelting.
The situation got so bad that the police had to struggle to get the BJP leader’s car out of there. Farmers and BJP supporters clashed. In this whole uproar, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait made many serious allegations against BJP. He says that BJP leaders had come to our stage and started welcoming their leader, this is wrong.
Rakesh Tikait threatened Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said that if the stage is on the road, it does not mean that you will come on the stage, if you want to come on the stage, then leave BJP, but to show that we have the BJP flag on the stage of Ghazipur Hoisted and captured, this is wrong, the buckles of such people will be thrown out, they cannot go anywhere in the state again, remember.
Rakesh Tikait said that if we occupy the stage with a flag, then we will treat them, yes I am threatening, will welcome anyone by occupying the stage, in the presence of police, BJP people wanted to occupy the stage, if the stage is so If it is lovely then join this movement, why is there such a disease.
‘Farmers were attacked with sticks’
At the same time, the Bharatiya Kisan Union says, ‘BJP workers gathered in large numbers near the stage on the Ghazipur border today, on the pretext of welcoming a leader, raised anti-movement slogans by playing drums on the pretext of welcoming a leader, attacked with sticks for refusing BKU workers. In which farmers have been injured.
At the same time, in the next tweet, the Bharatiya Kisan Union said, ‘BJP now wants to break the movement with violence, whose example is today’s violence by BJP workers on the Ghazipur border, all farmers are requested not to fall prey to them and support their movement.