A day after farmers’ Republic Day tractor rally turned violent in Delhi, Bharat Kisan Union’s Rakesh Tikait said those who broke barricading and unleashed the violence on the capital will never be a part of the movement and will have to leave. ‘Those who created violence and unfurled flags at Red Fort will have to pay for their deeds’, ANI quoted Tikait as saying. Defending the change in rally route he said uneducated people who didn't know the paths of Delhi were driving tractors and some of them unknowingly deflected towards Red Fort. Commenting on viral video where he was seen appealing to his supporters to be armed with lathis, he said he had only asked farmers to carry sticks for their flags. He said Deep Sidhu, the Punjabi actor-turned-activist who is being blamed for inciting violence is not a Sikh, but a worker of the BJP.