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A case has been registered against protesting farmers in Haryana for attempted murder and rioting

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| Updated: 28 Nov 2020, 05:03:00 PM

Ambala, 28 November (Language) Haryana Police tried murder, rioting, obstructing government duty and others during the ‘Delhi Chalo’ march on Gurnam Singh Chauni and other farmers, state unit chief of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) A case has been registered under charges. The officials gave this information on Saturday. Sections 307 (attempt to murder), 147 (rioting), 149 (gathering illegally), 186 (obstructing government work of public servants) and 269 (on complaint of Head Constable Pradeep Kumar at Parav police station on 26 November) Doing careless things like spreading infection of the disease, threatening the lives of others

Ambala, 28 November (Language) Haryana Police tried murder, rioting, obstructing government duty and others during the ‘Delhi Chalo’ march on Gurnam Singh Chauni and other farmers, state unit chief of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) A case has been registered under charges. The officials gave this information on Saturday. Sections 307 (attempt to murder), 147 (rioting), 149 (gathering illegally), 186 (obstructing government work of public servants) and 269 (on complaint of Head Constable Pradeep Kumar at Parav police station on 26 November) A case was filed under the threat of spreading infection of the disease by risking the lives of others by performing negligent acts as hundreds of farmers had gathered on the GT Road near Ambala Cantonment to go to Delhi. Charuni and several other unknown farmers have been named in the FIR. The FIR stated that Deputy Superintendent of Police Ram Kumar, who was heading the police team at the scene, prevented Charuni from proceeding but he refused. It states that Charuni and other farmers broke the police barricades with the help of their tractors. According to the FIR, some police officers escaped, otherwise they could be trampled by tractor heading towards Delhi. They are also accused of violating guidelines related to the Kovid-19 epidemic. A case has also been registered in Panipat against some farmers of Punjab for breaking the police barrier and other charges. Rajvir Singh, in-charge of Sector 29 Police Station, Panipat, Sector 29, said over the phone, “A case has been registered under section 188 (disobeying order given by public servant) of Bhadanson, Disaster Management Act, 2005 and other provisions. is.” Two days ago, Haryana Police Chief Manoj Yadav said that his force acted with “considerable patience”. The protesters threw stones at several places. The DGP had issued a statement saying that not only a large number of policemen were injured in the entire episode, but also the police and private vehicles were damaged. Prohibitory orders have been imposed under Section 144 of the CrPC in many parts of Haryana to prevent protesters from gathering. Farmers are demanding withdrawal of new agricultural laws. He says that the new law will end the system of minimum support price (MSP).

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