Press Reporter News Service
Jind, November 16
The Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) will maintain a state-level farmers’ rally in Hansi city on November 19 to step up the agitation on their demand for registration of legal case in opposition to BJP Rajya Sabha MP Ram Chander Jangra and in addition to hunt withdrawal of the legal case registered on farmers within the Narnaund incident.
Farmers submitted a criticism, in search of registration of a case in opposition to BJP MP Ram Chander Jangra and his aides for having assaulted an activist. However no motion has been taken to this point. — Suresh Koth, Farmer Chief
The farmers organised a mahapanchayat in Jind city as we speak to debate the problem of Hansi dharna and to take measures to strengthen the continued agitation on the Delhi borders.
On November 5, BJP MP Jangra visited Narnaund to put the inspiration stone of a dharamshala when the farmers staged a protest. Throughout the protest, the windshield of the MP’s car was allegedly smashed by the protesters.
The police deployed on the spot tried to regulate the scenario leading to a confrontation between the farmers and the police.
The police then cleared the best way for the exit of the MP’s car. The police had registered an FIR in opposition to 15 farmers with three of them recognized as Harshdeep Gill, Kailash and Sudhir on November 5.
Suresh Koth, a farmer chief, stated that they’d take choices within the rally to be held in Hansi to press for his or her calls for. He alleged that the police had been biased in its investigation into the entire incident.
“The aides of the MP had assaulted farmer activist Kuldeep Rana who suffered extreme damage and was admitted to the Jindal Hospital in Hisar. The farmers additionally submitted a criticism with the police demanding registration of a case in opposition to MP Jangra and his aides. However no motion has been taken to this point,” he alleged.