BKU leader Rakesh Tikait hints towards surrendering after R-day violence

The violence and mayhem that Delhi witnessed on India's 72nd Republic Day, has left everyone in shock. There is infighting among the farmers' union now and the blame is now being passed on to each other. Sardar VM Singh in a press briefing stated that it was Rakesh Tikait's faction that broke out of the designated routes. BKU leader Rakesh Tikait has now responded to the violence that took place in the capital and at Red Fort. He has given indications of surrendering before the administration. What we now await is a final announcement from his side clarifying his surrender. Rakesh Tikait gave a farewell speech to the union which hints more towards his withdrawal from the protest.