AHMEDABAD: The head of the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU), Rakesh Tikait, started his two-day visit to Gujarat on Sunday, during which he will battle against the three focal agrarian laws, visiting the sanctuary of the goddess Ambaji in the area of Banaskantha.
With a hidden gander at the BJP and the Center as he entered the Gujarat line, Tikait showed correspondents his visa and said he had brought it “on the off chance that he had to enter Gujarat.”
Tikait got off a train at Abu Road station in adjoining Rajasthan, where he was welcomed by ranchers.
When inquired as to whether he was conveying an obligatory negative Covid-19 report while making a trip to Gujarat, he said yes and answered: “I have every one of the records with me. It is my identification in the event that it is important to enter Gujarat.” you can visit to more information Google ka Feku.
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