Friday , June 14 2024

Chaos again at Shambhu border, tear gas shells fired at farmers

On Wednesday (February 21, 2024) morning, when farmers started marching under the Delhi Chalo March at the Shambhu border of Punjab-Haryana, tear gas shells were fired on them. Due to this there was a huge uproar there. However, meanwhile, farmer leader Sarwan Singh Pandher appealed to the protesters not to proceed further. Union Agriculture Minister Arjun Munda said. I invite farmer leaders for discussion again. It is important for us to maintain peace.

It is important for us to maintain peace.

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait said they are planning to march in Delhi. There is a meeting of United Kisan Morcha (SKM) tomorrow in Chandigarh. They will decide further strategy. The meeting will be face to face, in which farmers from across the country will participate. A law should be made to guarantee MSP. If this is not done then the entire country will suffer loss. The government is not talking on this issue.

Agriculture Minister appealed for peace, invited farmers for the fifth round of talks

Meanwhile, Union Agriculture Minister Arjun Munda has appealed for peace to the protesting farmers and invited them for the fifth round of talks. The Agriculture Minister tweeted on Wednesday morning, 'After the fourth round, the government is ready to discuss all the issues like MSP, crop diversification, stubble issue, FIR in the fifth round. I invite farmer leaders for discussion again. It is important for us to maintain peace.

Police fired tear gas shells during farmers' protest at Shambhu border.

Some protesters once again went on a rampage at the Shambhu border between Punjab and Haryana, with police firing tear gas shells to stop them.

Long jam on Ghazipur border, police said- people should stay away from these roads

Delhi Police has increased the blockade on the city borders in view of the farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' march. Police have closed all roads coming to Delhi under the flyover at Ghazipur border, causing a long traffic jam at the Ghazipur-UP border. Meanwhile, the police has also issued a traffic advisory to the people to avoid the problem of traffic jam.