Highlights:
Rakesh Tikait said that a solution to the ongoing farmers’ protest against the three laws can only be reached through dialogue rather than in court.
• The farmer leader said that the protest is to ensure that ‘roti’ does not become a market commodity and to prevent the privatization of the agriculture sector
• Tikait said that the leftovers of a leading multinational fast-food chain go to the dustbins even if there could be a hungry staff or poor people outside their shops

Today, Rakesh Tikait, the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), attended an online discussion hosted by the Pune’s Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (Indian Students Parliament) and said that a solution to the ongoing farmers’ protest against the three laws can only be reached through dialogue rather than in court.

On Monday, a nationwide 10-hour shutdown was announced, and as a result, several trains were canceled, highways and key roads were blocked, and many people were stranded for hours.

The farmer leader said that the protest is to ensure that ‘roti’ does not become a market commodity and to prevent the privatization of the agriculture sector. Tikait added that he does not know what will be the end of the protest, but the movement has begun and the country’s youth is also joining the moment.

The BKU leader stated that the solution to the ongoing protests against the Centre’s three agricultural laws can be found only by dialogue and not in the courts. He added that the farmers are also against the privatization of agriculture.

Furthermore, Tikait referred to a leading multinational fast-food chain, and said that plenty of unsold food goes to the trash can after they close their work at the end of the day, he added that the food goes to the dustbins even if there could be a hungry staff or poor people outside their shops.

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