Rakesh Tikait

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Rakesh Singh Tikait (born 4 June 1969) is the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) from Uttar Pradesh, India.

National Spokesperson Of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU)
Rakesh Tikait

Tikait in April 2016
Born (1969-06-04) 4 June 1969 (age 52)

Education Meerut University (MA, LLB)[1]
Occupation Farmer
Organization Bharatiya Kisan Union
Sunita Devi

(m. 1985)

Children 3
Parent(s) Mahendra Singh Tikait

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Tikait was born on 4 June 1969 in Sisauli town of Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. He is the son of a prominent farmer leader and BKU co-founder late Mahendra Singh Tikait.[2] His eldest brother is Naresh Tikait, who is the National President of the BKU.[2]

Tikait graduated with an M.A. degree from Meerut University and then did LLB after that. He joined Delhi Police in 1992, as constable then Sub Inspector,[3] but left Delhi police in 19931994. After leaving the police, he joined the BKU.[2] After the death of his father, Tikait officially joined BKU and later became its spokesperson.[2] In 2018, Tikait was the leader of Kisan Kranti Yatra from Haridwar, Uttrakhand to Delhi.[4] Tikait had contested the 2007 UP Assembly elections from the Khatauli seat as a candidate of the Bahujan Kisan Dal (BKD) party (with Congress support), only to finish a distant sixth.[5][6] In the 2014 Indian general election, he fought on a Rashtriya Lok Dal ticket from Amroha Lok Sabha constituency.[7]

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