Home Minister Amit Shah has advised the Haryana government to refrain from organizing programs in support of agricultural laws. Haryana Education Minister, Kanwar Pal Gurjar, told reporters on Wednesday that the Home Minister has said that the program should be stopped until further notice. This advice from Amit Shah came after the incident in a village near Karnal. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar was forced to cancel a meeting in a village near Karnal.
Gurjar said, “After whatever happened in Karnal, the Home Minister has advised the government not to escalate the confrontation with the farmers.” At the same time, the Haryana government minister also targeted the farmers and said that the entire state saw how the farmers behaved on Sunday, when Chief Minister Khattar was about to address a gathering. Can be seen The farmers tore the posters and banners and also threw the stage chairs. The Chief Minister was forced to return without landing.
Hundreds of people gathered earlier that day in front of a toll plaza, where they were stopped by the police. Though despite the tear gas and lathi charge, they managed to break the barricades and reach the spot. The Chief Minister later told the media that around 5,000 people were waiting for me to come and speak, but that did not happen. . In view of the protest, I asked Chopper to return as I did not want to worsen the law and order situation. He held that “farmers never behave like this”, blaming the opposition for the incident.
Gurjar today said that Home Minister Amit Shah has also appreciated the decision of the Chief Minister of Haryana to not address the meeting, so that the matter did not get worse. Significantly, the Supreme Court on Tuesday set up a high-level committee to consider the doubts and grievances of the farmers, along with stopping the implementation of the three controversial laws in an effort to find a solution to the situation arising out of the farmers’ movement on the borders of Delhi. Have done
The court has suggested names of Harsimrat Mann, agricultural economist Ashok Gulati, Dr. Pramod Kumar Joshi (former Director National Agricultural Research Management), Anil Dhanwat as members of the committee. However, farmer leaders have said that they do not want to take part in any action before any committee appointed by the SC.