Police use water cannon to cease Punjab Youth Cong employees from getting into Haryana

Chandigarh, September 20

The Haryana Police on Sunday used a water cannon to cease Punjab Youth Congress activists from getting into the state by means of Ambala throughout a tractor rally towards the Centre’s farm-related Bills.

The Youth Congress activists had been going to Delhi by means of the Chandigarh-Delhi freeway after they had been stopped on the closely barricaded entrance to Haryana by police.

The scenario on the Haryana-Punjab border turned tense because the protesters remained adamant to proceed their march in the direction of the nationwide capital.

Some activists tried to set a tractor on fireplace after the march was stopped.

The Haryana Police denied permission to the Youth Congress employees, saying they might not permit the site visitors motion on the nationwide freeway to be disrupted and likewise cited the coronavirus restrictions.

After being denied permission to enter Haryana, the Youth Congress activists terminated their protest on the website.

Vehicular site visitors was disrupted on the freeway. However, there was no blockade on the freeway.

Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar, who additionally joined the Youth Congress protesters, mentioned all events, besides the Shiromani Akali Dal and the BJP, are standing with farmers for his or her trigger.

He slammed Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, accusing him of earlier supporting the “black laws”.

Indian Youth Congress president Srinivas B V mentioned his social gathering stands shoulder-to-shoulder with farmers and dubbed the reforms as “anti-farmer”.

Punjab Youth Congress chief Barinder Singh Dhillon advised media in Mohali’s Dera Bassi that that is the “beginning of the fight for the rights of farmers”.

Black balloons had been additionally launched earlier within the day by the protesters as a mark of protest towards the Bills. — PTI

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