Tribune News Service
Hisar, September 10
Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) held a state-level rally at Pipli close to Kurukshetra on Thursday to protest the ordinances of the Centre authorities.
Various farmers and arhtiyas (middlemen) associations prolonged help to the rally to protest the ordinances which permit non-public gamers to buy agriculture produce.
Farmers and arhtiyas throughout the state heading to the rally are being stopped by the police at respective districts as a result of COVID pandemic.
Krishan Kirmara, a farmers’ chief in Hisar mentioned that they had been stopped close to the toll plaza at Barwala city of Hisar district.
The farmers and arhtiyas from Hisar, Sirsa, Fatehabad, Rohtak, Bhiwani and Jind districts have been stopped at completely different locations because the police pressure have been deployed on the nakas.
The farmers’ chief Kirmara mentioned that they’ve began dharna on the toll plaza after the police stopped them from continuing to attend the rally.
In Kurukshetra, police used gentle pressure to disperse farmers after they broke a naka in try to achieve Pipli grain market.