Press Reporter News Service
Kurukshetra, July 19
A bunch of farm activists led by Bhartiya Kisan Union (Mann) state president Guni Prakash as we speak held an indication and sought arrest of BKU (Charuni) chief Gurnam Singh Charuni and BKU nationwide spokesperson Rakesh Tikait.
BKU activists staged a dharna on the Kurukshetra-Yamunanagar highway, burnt the effigy of Charuni. Additionally they submitted a memorandum to the Block Growth and Panchayat Officer for CM Manohar Lal Khattar. Additionally they demand launch of Vishal Jood, who’s in an Australian jail.
Guni Prakash stated, “The continuing protest is politically motivated. Charuni and Tikait should be arrested as they’ve been disturbing the ambiance for his or her political beneficial properties. They haven’t been permitting the MPs and MLAs to carry occasions. They’ve additionally disturbed the legislation and order state of affairs. The federal government has been enjoying a pleasant match with Charuni and Tikait although they’ve been booked in a number of circumstances, they aren’t being arrested.”
“Now we have additionally served an ultimatum that if Charuni and Rakesh will not be arrested by July 22, we’ll begin a everlasting dharna at Ladwa of Kurukshetra and block the highway. Now we have invited Chief Minister Manohar Lal to carry a rally at Mathana village of Kurukshetra,” he added.
Hooda slams govt
Chandigarh: Former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Monday strongly objected to the circumstances being registered in opposition to farmers underneath the sedition legislation. He stated the BJP-JJP authorities was additionally not following the instructions of the Supreme Courtroom, through the use of such sections in opposition to farmers who have been protesting peacefully. TPR