On Wednesday Night, the Baghpat administration removed protestors from a site in Uttar Pradesh and said no force was being used to vacate them. A similar move was being apprehended at the Ghazipur site.
The Ghazipur protest site, the most key sites of the protest, witnessed a high octane drama amid the apprehension that the authorities will vacate the site.
Bhartiya Kisaan Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait addressed the protestors and said he would not leave the site.
He also said that he will suicide at the camp if the administration used the force against him. While his brother Naresh Tikait has said that the protests will end, but Rakesh Tikait has refused to do so. He will continue with the protests.
It was reported that electricity was disconnected at the Ghazipur site. Also, there was a huge deployment of cops at the site.
Though there was no written order, Ghaziabad district majistrate Ajay shankar Pandey reportedly asked the protestors to vacate the spot by Thursday night.
While it was also observed that Rakesh Tikait is expected to surrender.
The Yogi Govt has deployed heavy police and riot control forces in the area.
According to the sources, wanted farmer leader Rakesh Tikait is expected to surrender.
The only way to deal with the protestors is the CM yogi way.