Rakesh Tikait: Net Worth, Age, Family, Village, Property & Biography

Late Chaudhry Mahendra Singh Tikait’s son, who is a farmers’ leader, Rakesh Tikait, and also, he is a politician & the national spokesperson of the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU). He is 53 years old (as of 2022) and lives in Sisauli Village in the Muzaffarnagar District, Uttar Pradesh. Rakesh’s father was the co-founder of Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) and was the leader of the farmers also. Also, Rakesh Tikait wife is Sunita Devi in 1985 and is a housemaker. Rakesh Tikait son is Chaudhary Charan Singh Tikait and also has two daughters. He completed his studies at UP.

After his father’s died, he officially became a member of the BKU and became a spokesperson.  In the year 2018, Tikait becomes the leader of the Kisan Kranti Yatra (KKY) from Haridwar, Uttarakhand to Delhi. He had a contest in the UP-Assembly Election in the year 2007, for the seat. as a candidate of the Bahujan Kisan Dal Party (BKD).

Rakesh Tikait
FULL NAMERakesh Tikait
PROFESSION(s)Farmers’ Leader, Politician and The National Spoksperson
SALARY/NET WORTH80 Crores
HIEGHT (approx.)5′ 10”
WEIGHT (approx.)52
EYE COLOURBlack
HAIR COLOURWhite
POLITICAL PARTYBahujan Kisan Dal party (BKD).
DATE OF BIRTH4 June 1969
AGE53 Years (as per 2022)
HOMETOWN/CITYSisauli Village, Muzaffarnagar Dictrict, UP
QUALIFICATIONBachelor of Arts from Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut
RELIGIONHinduism
MARITAL STATUSMarried
HUSBAND/WIFESunita Devi
CHILDRENSon: – Chaudhary Charan Singh Tikait
Daughter(s): – Seema Tikait and Jyoti Tikait
Brief Information on Rakesh Tikait

Rakesh Tikait Net Worth

Public figure Rakesh Tikait net worth is reported to be as Rs 80 Crores as he is the face of the farmers’ movement on the border of the national capital Delhi.

This is a profession where the average monthly income of a single farmer is as low as Rs 6400. The people have amazed by knowing about Rakesh Tikait net worth, who once was a constable at the police station, and now has a worth of Rs 80 crore. He has interests in various business areas like petrol pumps, lands, brick kilns, showrooms, and others.

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Rakesh Tikait Property

Tikait has the property in 4 states: Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, and Maharashtra and 13 cities including Muzaffarnagar, Bijnor, Lalitpur, Jhansi, Badaun, Lakhimpur Kheri, Noida, Dehradun, Ghaziabad, Roorkee, Haridwar, and Mumbai.

Rakesh Tikait Family

Late Chaudhry Mahendra Singh Tikait’s son, who is a farmers’ leader, Rakesh Tikait, and also, he is a politician & the national spokesperson of the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU). He is 53 years old (as of 2022) and lives in Sisauli Village in the Muzaffarnagar District, Uttar Pradesh. Rakesh’s father was the co-founder of Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) and was the leader of the farmers also. Tikait’s mother’s name is Baljori Devi.

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Rakesh Tikait Wife & children

In 1985 he tied the knot with Sunita Devi, and she became Rakesh Tikait wife, who is a housemaker. Rakesh Tikait son is named Chaudhary Charan Singh Tikait. Moreover, Rakesh also has 2 daughters whose names are Seema Tikait and Jyoti Tikait. Also, he has brothers whose names are Naresh Tikait, the president of BKU, Surendra Tikait, a manager at a sugar mill factory and Narendra Tikait, a farmer by profession.

Rakesh Tikait’s youngest daughter, Jyoti Tikait, who lives in Australia. In the state Melbourne, on February 8th, a rally was held to support those farmer protesters in India, where Jyoti Tikait participated & spoke in support of the movement.

Rakesh Tikait Educational Background

He finished his inter-high school education at the DAV Inter College. Then he finished his high school education at Kisan Inter College Lalu Kheri at Muzaffarnagar in 1986. He completed his higher secondary education from the High School & Intermediate Education in the year 1988 in Uttar Pradesh. Thereafter, from Chaudhry Charan Singh University, Meerut (formally known as Meerut University) he graduated and also, he did an M.A. degree at the same university. Then he did LLB after that.

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Rakesh Tikait Journey

Rakesh Tikait joins the Delhi Police in the year 1992, as a constable & then as a Sub Inspector, but he left the Delhi police in the year between 1993–1994. After that, his welcome was in the BKU. Afterwards, his father’s death, he officially became a member of the BKU and became a spokesperson.  In the year 2018, Tikait becomes the leader of the Kisan Kranti Yatra (KKY) from Haridwar, Uttarakhand to Delhi. He had a contest in the UP-Assembly Election in the year 2007, for the seat. as a candidate of the Bahujan Kisan Dal Party (BKD). In the Indian General Election 2014, he fought in the Rashtriya Lok Dal to get the ticket from the opposition the Amroha Lok Sabha constituency.

Rakesh Tikait Biography

Late Chaudhry Mahendra Singh Tikait’s son, who is a farmers’ leader, Rakesh Tikait, and also, he is a politician & the national spokesperson of the Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU). He is 53 years old (as of 2022) and lives in Sisauli Village in the Muzaffarnagar District, Uttar Pradesh. Rakesh’s father was the co-founder of Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) and was the leader of the farmers also. He finished his studies at UP.

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Rakesh Tikait Political Journey

Tikait joins the Delhi Police in the year 1992, as a constable & then as a Sub Inspector, but he left the Delhi police in the year between 1993–1994. After that, his welcome was in the BKU. Afterwards, his father’s death, he officially became a member of the BKU and became a spokesperson.  In the year 2018, Tikait becomes the leader of the Kisan Kranti Yatra (KKY) from Haridwar, Uttarakhand to Delhi. He had a contest in the UP-Assembly Election in the year 2007, for the seat. as a candidate of the Bahujan Kisan Dal Party (BKD).

In the year 2020 November, he joins the Indian farmer’s protest in the year between 2020-2021, with his organization Bahujan Kisan Dal BKU, the declaration of MSP demanding as a legal right, the exclusion of farmers from law to create pollution to allow burning of crops & remove the farm bill. “Our biggest concern is that operations in mandis and outside would be different. While mandis would levy taxes, there would be no tax or market fee outside. The government is not abolishing the Agricultural Produce Market Committees directly. However, the mandi system enables an assured minimum support price, which will collapse gradually,” said Rakesh Tikait in an Interview.

In the National Capital, Delhi, on 26 January on Republic Day, after the violence broke out, the Delhi Police filed an FIR against the Spokesperson Rakesh Tikait and a few other farmer leaders for their organization of violence, who were there and their role in participation in violence on the Republic Day & breach of the NOC was issued by the Delhi Police.

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