Tribune News Service
Hisar, September 20
Farmers organisations throughout Haryana blocked roads to protest the contentious agricultural ordinances on Sunday.
In Hisar, farmers blocked the toll plaza close to Mayyar village on the National Highway. DC Priyanka Soni and SP Ganga Ram Punia reached the toll plaza to carry talks with the agitated farmers who’re planning to dam the freeway in assist of their calls for.
The farmers are resorting to dhanas and highway blockades in varied locations in Jind. The Jind-Delhi highway has been blocked in Julana. In Charkhi Dadri district, Dadri Kanina highway has been blocked by the farmers.
In Kaithal, a whole bunch of farmers blocked the highway close to Titram Mor to point out their resentment in opposition to the three agriculture and farm Bills.
In Rohtak, farmers and arhtiyas would take out a protest march within the metropolis on the midday. They may even submit the memorandum to the DC within the midday, “The protest march will be organised peacefully and there is no plan of road blockade,” says Preet Singh, District President, Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Sabha (ABKS)
In Sirsa, farmers’ organisations have determined to dam the highway in Panjuana and Jamaal villages. Sirsa administration has deployed sufficient forces and appointed 25 responsibility magistrates who’re protecting a watch on the protest demonstration of the farmers.
In Karnal, farmers have began assembling in Assandh grain market to protest. Hundreds of farmers and fee brokers began their agitation in Karnal grain market.
In Jind, the BKU has introduced to dam the highway for 3 hours from 12 to three pm. Farmers blocked the highway in Kandela village of Jind district to protest in opposition to the central ordinances. Kandela village has been the centre of farmers agitation in previous particularly in the course of the regime of the Om Prakash Chautala.
The Jind DSP Dharambir Singh has urged the farmers to carry the demonstration peacefully. The police will take motion on any violation of the regulation, he warned the activists.