Press Reporter News Service
Karnal, October 6
Scores of farmers who have been heading in the direction of Lakhimpur Kheri from Singhu border have been stopped on Haryana-UP border by the UP Police on Wednesday.
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Numerous farmers from Karnal district have been additionally a part of the farmers’ group. The farmers alleged that the UP Police have parked truck and dumpers on the bridge on Yamuna canal on the state border and should not permitting anybody to cross over.
Jagdeep Singh Aulakh, state core committee member of BKU (Charuni), farmer chief Rampal Chehal, Bhadur Singh Mehla, district IT cell in-charge of BKU, have been within the group of farmers from Karnal.
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“We have been going to Lakhimpur Kheri to affix the final rites of a farmer who was killed on Sunday,” stated Chehal, including that the UP Police didn’t permit them to take action.
In the meantime, the SKM reiterated its demand for the arrest of Ashish Mishra, sacking of minister Ajay Mishra from the Union Authorities and resignation of Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
The SKM additionally served an ultimatum to the UP and Union Governments that if these calls for should not met by the ‘antim ardaas’ day of the deceased farmers, a “large programme” can be introduced.
In a joint assertion, Balbir Singh Rajewal, Dr Darshan Pal, Gurnam Singh Charuni, Hannan Mollah, Jagjit Singh Dallewal, Joginder Singh Ugrahan, Shivkumar Sharma ‘Kakkaji’, Yudhvir Singh and Yogendra Yadav, stated, “We is not going to step again from the wrestle for justice within the Lakhimpur Kheri farmers’ bloodbath.”
The SKM additionally condemned the silence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasions at Lakhimpur Kheri despite the fact that he visited Uttar Pradesh yesterday.
Give ultimatum to UP Govt, centre
The SKM gave an ultimatum to the UP and Union Governments, saying that if minister Ajay Mishra will not be sacked and his son Ashish will not be arrested by the ‘antim ardaas’ day of the deceased farmers, a ‘large programme’ could be introduced.