Amid protests by farmers on various borders of the capital Delhi over three agrarian laws, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala on Tuesday said that there is no threat to the BJP-JJP coalition government and that this government will give its five-year term After an hour-long meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Khattar and Chautala said that they talked about the current law and order situation in the state. “There is no threat to the Haryana government and it will complete its term of five years,” Chautala told PTI-Bhasha.
At the same time, Khattar said, “There is no justification for speculating about the future of the government, it will complete its tenure.” The Chief Minister said that Haryana is the center of peasant demonstrations, so he along with the Home Minister made law and order in the state Talked with “We also discussed the celebration of 26 January celebrations without any hassle,” he said. Khattar said that after the Supreme Court’s decision to stop the implementation of agricultural laws, he hoped that the farmers would end their protest will do. He said, “It is a national festival and everybody understands its importance and its associated values.” Chautala said that the Supreme Court has constituted a committee and he hopes that the issue will be resolved soon.
Along with Khattar and Chautala, the state president of BJP and Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) and members of the state cabinet were also present during the meeting in North Block here. Prior to the meeting, Shah and Dushyant met JJP MLAs at a farm house here, of which a section of MLAs said that if these laws are not withdrawn, the ruling coalition will suffer big losses. It is believed that some MLAs of Dushyant Chautala-led Jananayak Janata Party are under pressure from the protesting farmers.
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