Don't draw a border separating punjab from India: Mann...
Chief minister of punjab Bhagwant Mann accused the bjp government in the neighbouring state of "Punjab and India" and denounced the haryana government for installing barbed wire, spikes, and concrete obstacles on some roadways in an attempt to thwart the planned farmers' "Delhi Chalo" march. accused of drawing a line across. According to chief minister Mann, the border between haryana and punjab has the same number of barbed wires built by the Manohar Lal Khattar-led government as the border between pakistan and Punjab.
But chief minister Khattar defended the action his administration took, claiming that it was necessary to uphold law and order in order to lock the state borders and prevent punjabi farmers from marching into the nation's capital. Authorities in haryana have barbed wire, concrete barricades, sandbags, and anti-riot vehicles on routes heading to Delhi. They have also sealed the state's border with punjab at Shambhu, close to the Ambala district. In the districts of Jind and Fatehabad, on the state's border with punjab, similar complex arrangements have also been devised.
More than 200 farmer organizations are scheduled to arrive in delhi on february 13 to exert pressure on the Center to grant a number of demands, including the creation of a minimum support price for crops. This announcement comes from Samyukta Kisan Morcha (Non-Political) and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha. will march up until. Addressing a gathering in Tarn Taran, cm Mann pleaded with the Center to acknowledge the farmers' justifiable demands. "What are they doing in Haryana? They're putting barbed wire and nails on the Punjab-Haryana border," he remarked. He remarked, "I implore the Center to negotiate with the farmers and acknowledge their justifiable requests." Don't draw a line dividing punjab from India. The government of haryana has established a restriction.
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CM Mann went on to ay that the roads leading to delhi (located on the Punjab-Haryana border) are lined with barbed wire just like the border with Pakistan. The chief minister of haryana, meantime, stated that the type of protest that farmers engage in is inappropriate in a democracy and that this has already happened. There are lots of buses and trains that go to delhi, but when someone requests them to halt, they don't. Instead, they take tractors and put some weaponry to the front of the tractor.