Rakesh Tikait Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Wiki, Biography & More

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Rakesh Tikait is a spokesperson for the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) in India. Rakesh Tikait Family belongs to Farming Background.Rakesh Tikait is the son of Mahendra Singh Tikait, who was a well-known farmer leader and a co-founder of BKU.

Rakesh Tikait got a lot of attention after he helped with the Farmer’s protests in India in 2021 and 2022.Rakesh Tikait was one of the farmers’ leaders who participated in 12 round of talks with the government for resolving the dispute.

Rakesh Tikait Wiki/ Biography

Real NameRakesh Tikait
Date Of BirthJune 4, 1969
Place of BirthSisauli, Uttar Pradesh, India
Age53 years old
ProfessionFarmer leader
SchoolLocal Private School
College / UniversityChaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut
Mother NameBaljori Devi
Father NameMahendra Singh Tikait
Marital StatusMarried
Spouse NameSunita Devi
KidsCharan Singh, Seema, Jyoti
Net Worth (2023)$10 Million +
Net Worth In Indian RupeesINR 80 crore +
Yearly Income5 Crore +
Source of IncomeActivest / Farmer
Social MediaTwitter
Last Updated2023

Rakesh Tikait Childhood and Education

Rakesh Tikait was born on 4th day of June, 1969 in Sisauli town of Mujaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India.Rakesh tikait Complete his primary education from localprivate school.For his higher education he attended Chaudhary Charan Univeristy, Meerut and completed his higher education from there itself with an M.A degree.

Rakesh Tikait Family, Parents

Rakesh Tikait Father Mahendra Singh Tikait and Mother Baljori Devi
Rakesh Tikait Father Mahendra Singh Tikait and Mother Baljori Devi

Rakesh Tikait Born to his parents Baljori Devi and Mahendra Singh Tikait.His Father name is Mahendra Singh Tikait who was a well known farmer leader and his mother name is Baljori Devi who is a House wife.He has five siblings three brothers Naresh Tikait, Surendra Tikait and Narendra and two sisters.His brother Naresh is the head of BKP (Baliyan Khap Panchayat) and the president of BKU (Bharatiya Kisan Union). Surendra Tikait is a boss at a sugar mill in Meerut.

Rakesh Tikait Wife and Children

Rakesh Tikaits wife Sunita Devi
Rakesh Tikaits wife Sunita Devi

Rakesh Tikait is a Married man. He married with his beautiful wife Sunita Devi and the couple have three children together. He has one son and two daughters whose names are Charan Singh, Seema and Jyoti respectively.

Rakesh Tikait Net Worth

Rakesh Tikait has an estimated Net Worth is around $10 Million in 2023.According to a report in the DNA, Tikait has assets in four states, including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, and Delhi. He also owns properties in 13 towns, including Muzaffarnagar, Lalitpur, Jhansi, Lakhimpur Kheri, Bijnor, Badaun, Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Dehradun, Roorkee, Haridwar, and Mumbai.The story said that Tikait owns a variety of businesses, like gas stations, brick kilns, showrooms, and so on.

Rakesh Tikait Professional Career

Rakesh started his career as a police officer in Delhi Police Department in the year 1992, first as a policeman and then as a sub-inspector. He left the force between 1993 and 1994. He joined the BKU after he quit the cops.

In 1997, Bharatiya Kisan Union chose Rakesh Tikait to be its national spokesman. He has been working for farmers’ rights ever since.

After his father died, Tikait has joined BKU later became the group’s spokesman. In 2018, Kisan Kranti Yatra went from Haridwar, Uttarakhand, to Delhi. Tikait led this Kisan Kranti Yatra .

Tikait take a part for the UP Assembly in 2007 as a candidate for the Bahujan Kisan Dal (BKD) party from the Khatauli seat, but he only came in sixth.In India’s general election in 2014, he ran as a candidate for the Rashtriya Lok Dal in the Amroha Lok Sabha seat.

Rakesh Tikait Role in Farmers protest

Rakesh Tikait

Rakesh became very popular in the country after his massive contribution in the farmer’s protest 2020-21.In November 2020, his organization BKU joined the 2020–2021 Indian farmers’ protest, demanding declaration of MSP as a legal right, exclusion of farmers from the law to curb pollution to allow burning of crops and removal of the farm bills.

After two months of peaceful sit-down protests, on January 26, 2021, farmers from Singhu border, Tikri border, and Ghazipur border drove their tractors into Delhi. Rakesh Tikait was one of the people who planned the event. As soon as the gathering began, a group of protesters went off the planned route, broke through the barricades, and went into central Delhi.

The protest in the center of Delhi got violent, and 394 security officers and one protester were harmed. So, different parts of the government put pressure on the farmers to leave the protest places. Heavy security forces were sent to different protest sites, like the one at the Ghazipur border where Bhartiya Kisan Union spokesman Rakesh Tikait was leading the protest.

The farmers were given a deadline by the Ghaziabad government: they had to leave the Ghazipur protest spot and open the road blockade. Rakesh Tikait was asked to turn himself in to the police because he was named in one of the FIRs made about the violence on Republic Day. He also cried in front of cameras as he talked to reporters from the media. Rakesh Tikait refused to turn himself in and said that the protests would go on even if he was shot.

He said, “They (government) are hatching a conspiracy to kill me in the name of arrest. Unwanted elements with arms are being sent to the protest site in vehicles with stickers of Lucknow Assembly. There has been no violence on the Ghazipur border. Despite this, the government is adopting a repressive policy. We want to court arrest peacefully. But it seems there is a plan to stir violence while protesters return. If there is any such plan, I will remain here. I will face the bullet. I will take my own life, but I won’t take back out from the protest till the laws are repealed.”

Facts / Trivia about Rakesh Tikait

  • He is the son of a prominent farmer leader and BKU co-founder late Mahendra Singh Tikait.
  • In 2018, the Kisan Kranti Yatra went from Haridwar to Delhi. Rakesh led the whole Yatra.
  • As per Report reports, Rakesh Tikait has gone to jail for more than forty times while protesting in the favour of farmers’ interest.

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What is the net worth of Rakesh Tikait?

Rakesh Tikait has an estimated Net Worth is around $10 Million in 2023.

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Rakesh Tikait has three children.

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Rakesh Tikait married with his beautiful wife Sunita Devi