SKM to hold nationwide protest against ‘Agnipath’ scheme on June 24: Rakesh Tikait

Farmers union Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) will hold a cross country challenge the Center’s Agnipath military enlistment plot on June 24, rancher pioneer Rakesh Tikait said on Monday.

The choice for the dissent was taken during a gathering of the coordination board of SKM in Karnal, he said and encouraged the help of young people, the common society and ideological groups for the showings on Friday.

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“Samyukta Kisan Morcha challenges Agnipath plan to be held at area and tehsil base camp the nation over on June 24 by choice of SKM Coordination Committee in Karnal.

Appeal to assemble youth, resident associations and gatherings. Presently BKU’s (Bharatiya Kisan Union’s) arranged fight for June 30 will likewise occur on June 24,” Tikait, the public representative of BKU, tweeted in Hindi.

Tikait’s BKU, which was essential for the SKM-drove 2020-21 fights against the now-removed ranch regulations in Delhi, had prior required a dissent on June 30 against the Agnipath conspire. PTI

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