- Captain Amarinder Singh spoke against the Khattar government for stopping farmers going to Delhi in Haryana
- Amarinder Singh accuses Khattar government of provoking farmers
- CM Manohar Lal Khattar, while replying to the Captain, quit the cheap politics in the Corona era
The state governments of Haryana and Punjab have come face to face on the issue of the farmers’ performance against the agricultural bills. On Constitution Day, the Captain accused the BJP government of taking up arms against farmers. On the other hand, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar, while replying to his allegations, said that he has been trying to talk to the Punjab government for three days. CM Khattar also said that if the minimum support price system is over, he himself will leave politics.
Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday appealed to the BJP on Twitter to ask his state government to abandon the policy of use of arms against farmers. The farmers who provide food to the country need to listen to them, not to shore them up. It is sad that on constitutional day the constitutional rights of farmers are being crushed in this way. I appeal to Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar to allow the farmers to cross the state in a peaceful manner and allow them to carry their talk peacefully to Delhi.
Farmers traveled to Delhi: Gurgaon, Noida and Faridabad border jam, every vehicle searched
Farmers not angry in Punjab: Captain
Capt Amarinder Singh said in his tweet that for two months, peaceful demonstration of farmers was going on in Punjab in a peaceful manner. Why is the government of Haryana provoking these farmers by using police force? Do the farmers not even have the right to move peacefully through a public highway?
Farmers furious with water splashes in Ambala, police barricades lifted and thrown
I will leave politics if MSP is over: Khattar
Replying to the statement of Captain Amarinder Singh on Twitter itself, Khattar said, ‘Captain Amarinder ji, I have said before and now I am saying again that if there is any hit on the minimum support price, I will quit politics. Please stop instigating the farmers. ‘
‘Trying to talk to you for three days’
Manohar Lal Khattar further said in his tweet that I have been trying to talk to you for three days, but you have decided to stay away from it. It tells how serious you are on the issue of farmers. You are just tweeting and running away from the conversation. The time for your lies and propaganda is over. Let people see your real face. I appeal you not to play with people’s lives and leave such cheap politics at the time of Corona.
Haryana completely seals borders with Punjab due to farmers ‘Delhi Chalo’ march
Akali Dal supports farmers
Supporting the farmers’ movement, Akali Dal leader Sukhbir Singh Badal said that his party stands with this movement and the demand of farmers. Sukhbir Singh Badal said, ‘We have full support to the farmers. He has one thing on his mind, because of which he does not want to start a campaign under the political flag. At this time farmers of all parties are gathered. We will obey our party as ordered.
Tight security arrangements at Faridabad, Gurgaon border
Let us know that the situation is getting serious about the farmers ‘Delhi Chalo’ march. A heavy force is deployed along the borders with Faridabad, Gurgaon, Noida and Ghaziabad. The Delhi Police has deployed sand-loaded trucks to stop the movement of farm tractors on the Singhu border. According to the police, there is no border seal but every vehicle entering the capital is being checked. Due to this, heavy jams have occurred near the border.