On the issue of Swaminathan report on several issues including Haridwar on farmers’ padyatra, the farmers who arrived on the Delhi Border on Tuesday, after discussions of lathi charge, air firing and tear gas shells were released, representatives of the Kisan Union and Home Minister Rajnath Singh were discussed. Minister of State for Agriculture Gajendra Singh Shekhawat said: Home Minister Rajnath Singh met the leaders of the farmers and discussed their demands and got mutual consent on most issues. UP minister Laxmi Narayan ji, Suresh Rana ji and I will go to meet the farmers.
Earlier, to stop the infiltrators from entering the capital, the protesters left the tear gas shells on behalf of the police and water fired and air firing and dispersed protesters dispersed near the Delhi-UP border. Gaya. Farmers who walked nine days before Haridwar to convey their 15-point demands under the banner of the Indian Farmer Union, are happy to enter the capital Delhi from Tuesday morning. They are about 20 thousand in Delhi-UP border. On the other hand, the police force has been deployed near the border with the large number of Delhi to stop these farmers. In addition, Section 144 was also imposed in many places.
They are about 20 thousand in Delhi-UP border On the other hand, the police force has been deployed near the large number of Delhi to stop these farmers. In addition, Section 144 was also placed in many places. JD-U leader K.C. Tyagi said that farmers protesting peacefully and without arms were treated brutally with lathi-charge on farmers. They were lathicharged and left tear gas. We strongly condemn this incident.