Rakesh Tikait, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU), said in his own style, “What do I know, I must have made, why should I know them”.
When asked about the support being received by international celebrities for the protest against the three agricultural laws of the Center, the Indian Farmers Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait said in his own style, “What do I know, why would I make them Janu. ”Tikait, who hails from Muzaffarnagar in western Uttar Pradesh, however, welcomed international artists and activists, including Rihanna, Greta Thunberg, for supporting her movement, but said that she did not know him. Tikait, who was credited with reinvigorating the weakened peasant movement after the Republic Day violence in Delhi, expressed ignorance of the foreign celebrities supporting the media at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border Ghazipur border.
He said, “Who are these foreign artists?” When Tikait was told that American pop singer Rihanna, adult films artist Mia Khalifa, Sweden’s climate activist Greta Thumburg were supported, the Sisauli-born farmer leader said, “What do I know, I will have to know, what do I know them!” He said, “What is the problem if a foreigner is supporting, there has been some disruption.” To meet the protesters at the Ghazipur border Regarding the 15 parliamentarians who tried unsuccessfully, the national spokesperson of BKU said that the MP sat on the ground on the other side of the blocker as he was stopped by Delhi Police. He said, “Barricading has been installed. They had to come, they would sit there. He would sit down, we were sitting in Inghai. “Tikait said that he did not talk to any of the 15 MPs who tried to visit Ghazipur, he was not allowed to talk to the protesters.