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Sunday, 20 September 2020

Haryana buckled under Centre’s pressure: BKU

Tribune News Service

Kurukshetra/Rohtak, September 19

In continuation with their protest against the three controversial farm Bills, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Charuni) activists will block roads across the state from noon to 3 pm on Sunday.

Gurnam Singh Chaduni, BKU (Charuni) chief, at a meeting in Rohtak accused the BJP-JJP government buckling under the pressure of the Modi government. He appealed to people to observe September 20 as a black day and participate in the nationwide bandh on September 25.

Rakesh Bains, BKU (Charuni) spokesman, said: “The BKU is ready for discussions, but the Centre is adamant on not amending the Bills. Hence, we have no option, but to protest. The decision on which roads are to be blocked has been left to district units.”

Akhil Bharatiya Kisan Sabha (ABKS) leader Preet Singh said the BJP government was misleading the country by telling lies that the MSP regime would not be dismantled.

In Kurukshetra, five roads will be blocked. These are In Kurukshetra, farmers will block Kurukshetra-Yamunanagar road near Sura village, Kurukshetra-Pehowa road near Mukimpura village, Ambala-Hisar road near Ismailabad, Shahabad-Panchkula road near Rada Soami Satsang Bhawan, and Kurukshetra-Kirmich road near Kirmich Chowk.

Kurukshetra DC Sharandeep Kaur said, “Duty Magistrates have been appointed to maintain law and order.”

from The Tribune

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