Hisar, October 12
The farmers’ dharna close to Kishanpura village within the Ellenabad constituency of Sirsa district for sufficient water provide ended on Tuesday following a gathering of a delegation of villagers with Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in Chandigarh.
The protesting villagers stated they’d determined to carry the dharna on the reassurance of the Chief Minister, who had promised to
clear up the issue of scarcity of water for consuming and irrigation functions after the mannequin code of conduct was eliminated.
The farmers of Karmshana, Dhani Shera, Mithanpura, Kishanpura, Khari Surera and Neemala villages had been sitting on a dharna for the final three months over the water disaster.
A delegation of the protesters, accompanied by BJP chief Jagdish Chopra, BJP Mahila Morcha state secretary Nitasha Rakesh Sihag and Ramesh Bhadu, went to Chandigarh to satisfy the Chief Minister on Monday.
Ramkumar Godara, sarpanch of Mithanpura village, stated they had been happy with the CM’s assurance and thus ended their dharna on Tuesday. Pratap Solanki, sarpanch of Dhani Shera, stated villagers had been dealing with the scarcity of consuming water for 4 a long time.
In the meantime, BJP chief Nitasha Sihag stated the villagers raised their calls for in entrance of successive governments however to no avail. — TPR