The peasant movement has also entered the political turmoil of Bengal. Indian Farmers Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait arrived in Bengal on Saturday. He joined the Kisan Mahapanchayat held at Bhawanipora, Kolkata. During this, Tikait said that you should not vote for the BJP, even if you give it to another party. We have come here to carry forward our fight from the land of the revolutionaries. No homecoming until the law returns. He said that the entire government is busy campaigning in Bengal leaving Delhi. That is why all our leaders have also reached here. The government is not talking to the farmers. He said that wherever Prime Minister Narendra Modi goes, we will follow him. Farmers will also hold mahapanchayats in Singur and Asansol on 14 March. Meanwhile, the United Kisan Morcha (SKM) has also opened a front against the central government. SKM said in a press conference on Friday that we appeal to the farmers of Bengal to boycott the BJP and not vote for it. The BJP government will have to withdraw the agricultural law after a crushing defeat in the elections.