HD Kumaraswamy said, “Police have registered cases in Shimoga and Haveri against BKU leader Rakesh Tikait on charges of making inflammatory speeches.”
‘Government of Karnataka to withdraw cases registered against BKU leader Rakesh Tikait’, said Kumaraswamy
Janata Dal (S) leader HD Kumar Swamy (HD Kumaraswamy) termed the cases registered in the state against the Indian Farmers Union (BKU) leader (BKU) Rakesh Tikait as an ‘attempt to suppress the voice’ of the farmers for making inflammatory speeches. . He demanded the state government to take them back on Thursday. Cases have been registered against Tikait in Shimoga and Haveri, Karnataka. Kumaraswamy said, “Police have registered cases in Shimoga and Haveri against BKU leader Rakesh Tikait on charges of making inflammatory speeches.
This is nothing but an attempt to suppress the voice of the farmers. ”The former Chief Minister sought to know in a series of tweets that if cases have been registered against those people for making truly inflammatory speeches, then how many such BJP leaders have been against Cases have been registered.
A call was made to stop the route to Bangalore by tractor
Tikait, who is leading the agitation of farmers in Delhi against the three agricultural laws of the Center, addressed the first Ryot Mahapanchayat held in South India on 20 March. During this, he had called on the farmers of Karnataka to intensify the protest and stop the tractor route to Bangalore against agricultural laws.
Kumaswamy said that there is nothing inflammatory in Tikait’s speech and if someone believes that it is inflammatory then it is his ‘wrong understanding’. He said, “Under the authority found in the constitution, there is a right to struggle and to invoke struggle.” Tikait did not call for an attack or murder. The cases registered against him should be withdrawn as soon as possible. ”
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