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Delhi Police sends notice to BKU leader Rakesh Tikait

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The Delhi Police has issued a notice to Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, asking them ‘why not take action against them for going off the fixed route of the tractor rally and breaking the agreement with the Delhi Police?’

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Delhi Police has given them three days to respond. Along with this, Delhi Police has asked Rakesh Tikait the names of those involved in his organization who committed violence in Delhi on 26 January.

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Delhi Police has pasted this notice outside the tent of the farmer leader Rakesh Tikait on the Ghazipur border.

Talking to the news agency ANI on this whole episode, Rakesh Tikait said, “I will read the notice, have not read it yet, but I came to hear that I have been given three days.” All the farmer brothers have come to this movement on our responsibility of union, we take responsibility for them. If we talk about the route of the police, then we have those pictures which will prove that the route given to us by the Delhi Police, they put barricades on it and the way to enter Delhi was left open. ”

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Following this notice from the Delhi Police, Tikait has also raised a serious question on the police settlement.

He has said that “a man comes, he hoists the flag on the Red Fort, but the police do not fire!” On whose orders did this happen? The police also let him go. He was not arrested. Still no action has been taken. Who is that person who is trying to discredit the entire community and the farmers’ organization? ”

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