Chandigarh- The chief of opposition in Punjab Assembly, Partap Singh Bajwa, on Tuesday slammed the BJP-led Haryana authorities for allegedly making a war-like state of affairs on the Shambhu border and utilizing tear gasoline shells to cease the farmers from heading to Delhi to stage a protest.
“Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has turned it (Shambhu) into an Indo-Pak border. In their try and cease the farmers from going to Delhi, Haryana police have been committing cruelty on harmless farmers.
“Tear gasoline shells are getting used to cease the farmers. Haryana police have additionally detained the protesters. How can he (Khattar) cease fellow residents from exercising their democratic proper, ” Bajwa requested in an announcement.
The Congress chief additionally stated the Haryana authorities “is aware of that the farmers are usually not going to remain in Haryana as they’re scheduled to stage a protest in Delhi solely in opposition to the Centre authorities. The Haryana authorities mustn’t create hurdles for the farmers and allow them to transfer to Delhi”.
“The Haryana CM should not forget that the state has an agriculture-based economy just like Punjab. If the minimum support price (MSP) for all crops gets legalised, the farming community of Haryana will benefit too. By suppressing the farmers’ protest 2.0, the Haryana CM has demonstrated his anti-farmer face, ” Bajwa stated.