Friday , June 14 2024

Farmer protest: Farmers with machines including hydraulic crane at Punjab-Haryana border

Farmers, upset with the anti-farmer attitude of the Narendra Modi government, have announced a march to Delhi. After this announcement, a gathering of farmers has been seen on the Punjab-Haryana border.

After four rounds of talks failed, farmers seem to be in an aggressive mood. On Tuesday, on the call of Delhi Chalo, farmers are camping in Shambhu and Khanauri on the Punjab-Haryana border.

Farmers with heavy machinery including hydraulic cranes, JCBs and earth movers were seen waving flags and raising slogans at Shambhu on the Punjab-Haryana border.

On Tuesday, hundreds of farmers were detained from Manesar area of ​​Gurugram. These farmers tried to march towards Delhi. South Haryana Kisan Khap, SKM and others on Sunday announced that they will march towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence and stage a peaceful protest if the police stops them on their way.

He has announced to support the main demand of the protesting farmers for legal guarantee on minimum support price for their crops.

On the other hand, a bench of Punjab and Haryana High Court Acting Chief Justice GS Sandhawalia and Justice Lupita Banerjee questioned the Punjab government on allowing such a large number of farmers to gather.

The court was hearing a PIL filed by advocate Uday Pratap Singh, a resident of Amravati Enclave in Panchkula, who said the road blockade was causing inconvenience to residents and was also hampering the movement of ambulances, school buses.