Mahendra Singh Tikait : Family, Son, History, Cast, Movements, Photo, Death and More
Mahendra Singh Tikait was an Indian farmer leader from the state of Uttar Pradesh , India. He was born in 1935 at village Sisauli in Muzaffarnagar District of Uttar Pradesh . He was President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU).
|Name||Mahendra Singh Tikait|
|Bourn||6 October 1935|
|Died||15 May 2011 (aged 75)|
|Place||Sisauli, Uttar Pradesh|
|Children||2 Daughter and 4 Son|
|Son||Rakesh Tikait, Narendra Tikait, Surender Tikait, Naresh Titait|
|Positions||Head of Baliaan Khap , President of the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU)|
|Cast /Relision||Jat / Hindu|
Mahendra Singh Tikait was an Indian farmer leader from the state of
Activities and Contribution
Tikait was awarded the "title" in the 7th century by the ruler of Thanesar, King Harshavardhana for going to Baliaan Khap. The title ‘Tikait’ has been in use since the time of King Harshavardhana by the Chaudhary of Balyan Khap, with his name, right up to generations.
Head of balyan khap
Mahendra Singh Tikait, BKU Chaudhary ('Headman') was born in 1935 in village Sisauli in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. Four. Mahendra Singh Tikait inherited the Chaudhary of Khap Baliyan at the age of eight, when his father Ch. Chauhal Singh died in 1943. The Chaudharyship of Balian Khap has been rooted in his family for the last thirteen centuries. The Chaudhary of the Khap Panchayat may have a hereditary status. The Chaudhary Khapas enjoy administrative, auxiliary and executive powers over the villages.
Chaudhary is held in high esteem and his decisions are binding on his people. A resolution was passed at the Khap Baliyan Panchayat meeting held in Sisauli on May 12,1941 stating: “We will work with our body, heart and soul under the leadership of our Chaudhary for the great of our Khap. This gave the Khap's Chaudhary the right to demand our lives. "Thus, the Chaudhary of the Khap Panchayat enjoys supreme powers.
The Messiah of the Kisan
Chau after the death of former head minisitter. Charan Singh, Chau. Mahendra Singh Tikait was the real 'messiah' of the peasants in western Uttar Pradesh. On October 17, 1986, he formed a non-political organization called 'Bharatiya Kisan Union' to protect the interests of all the farmers of India. In this way, he led many movements and as a result of these movements, many times, he was arrested and jailed, yet he is on thanks for protecting the interests of all the farmers of India.
Major kisan movements
The Karmukhera Power House Gherao in January 1987 to pressurize the
The famous Meerut March in February 1988, forcing the
The week-long Delhi
Naiyma Lao Movement at Bhopa village in August-September 1989 (Naiyma, a Muslim girl was abducted and killed
Delhi Fertilizer Subsidy Panchayat
Lucknow Panchayat of July 1990 to protest against the Janata Dal Government in UP State
The Chinhat Kathauta Panchayat of June 1993 to demand adequate compensation for Chinhat-Kathauta farmers
During his farmers' movements, Ch. Tikait was arrested several times,