Modi arrived in the US on Wednesday on a three-day official visit, where he will hold meetings with other leaders, including Biden.
Farmers Protest: Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait on Friday asked Indians living in the US to protest during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s program in New York on Saturday in support of the 10-month-long farmers’ agitation. He also urged US President Joe Biden to heed the concerns of Indian farmers during his meeting with Modi.Also Read – BJP Announces Alliance, Will Contest UP Assembly Elections Together With Apna Dal And Nishad Party
Appealing to Indians in the US to support, BKU’s national spokesperson claimed that more than 750 farmers have lost their lives during the agitation against the controversial new agricultural laws, but the Center is still not ready to reconsider the laws. Also Read – PM Modi meets Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison ahead of Quad Summit in US
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Tikait said in a video message, “We appeal to all Indians living in America. The Prime Minister of India will be there for an event in New York on 25 September. All Indians in America should put up ‘Farmers’ flag and ‘No Farmer No Food’ banner on their vehicles and register their protest in support of farmers.”