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Rakesh Tikait took possession of 3 bighas of land, the woman pleaded with CM Yogi for justice.

'Land mafia Rakesh Tikait took possession of 3 bighas of land, destroyed crops overnight': Woman pleads with CM Yogi for justice

A woman has appealed to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath against Rakesh Tikait, brother of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) president Naresh Tikait. For the last 6 months, Rakesh Tikait, who had been on the pretext of 'Kisan Andolan' on the border of Delhi, campaigned against the BJP in the recently held assembly elections of 5 states. The victim woman has accused Rakesh Tikait and his son Charan Singh of grabbing the land by calling them 'land mafia'.

It is alleged that father and son together not only illegally occupied land worth lakhs of a farmer in Muzaffarnagar, but also destroyed the standing crop in the field. The victim's family has appealed to the district administration and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to take strict action. Sushila Devi and her son Vineet Baliyan of Kinauni village in Shahpur police station area said that more than 3 bighas of their land had come under railway acquisition.

After this, Rakesh Tikait and his son Charan Singh on Sunday (May 30, 2021) illegally occupied their farm and destroyed the standing crop in it. To 'Zee News', the victim's family said, "Rakesh Tikait is not a farmer leader but a big land mafia. They forcibly take over the lands of small farmers. The woman said that despite repeated requests to the district administration, no action has been taken against the father-son duo.

However, this is not the first time that Rakesh Tikait has been involved in controversies. A complaint was lodged against him in Faridabad, accusing him of spreading poison against Sanatan Dharma by making objectionable remarks on the Brahmin society and a demand was made to register a case. It was said in the complaint that by provoking the religious sentiments of the people, he wanted to connect people in this movement against the government.

Recently, a picture had come from the Delhi border that an Iftar party was organized there keeping in view the Kovid rules and now it is reported that Rakesh Tikait's birthday will also be celebrated at the Ghazipur border. Naresh Tikait will come to the Delhi border for this. He has also made 11 quintal rasgullas. The farmers of the villages around the Sisauli area have planned to celebrate his birthday as a celebration.

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