Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief, who had earlier agreed to clear the Ghazipur protest site, will today hold a mahapanchayat in stronghold Muzaffarnagar to decide the future course of action after another turning point in over two-month-long farmers’ agitation last night. On Thursday night, the Uttar Pradesh government deployed additional forces and asked farmers to vacate the protest site. A confrontation build up at the UP Gate in Ghazipur bordering Delhi while frequent power cuts at the protest site, where BKU members, led by Rakesh Tikait, have been protesting since November 28. However, Rakesh Tikait's tears became the elixir to revive a thinning protest. As Rakesh Tikait sobbed on national television, he told reporters that he would rather commit suicide than leave and end the protest against the farm laws.