Over 100 Farmers Protesting Near Haryana Minister Vij’s Residence Detained; Released Later

Pranshi Ladha, INN/ Madhya Pradesh
@PranshiLadha, @Infodeaofficial

The police on Thursday confined more than 100 ranchers who were fighting close to the home of Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij against the gathering together of a nearby rancher pioneer regarding showing dark banners to the caravan of the priest. Notwithstanding, the ranchers were subsequently delivered.

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As indicated by police, the clergyman was returning to his home in the wake of going to a gathering in Chandrapuri Colony at Ambala Cantonment on Wednesday evening. At the point when he was crossing the spot, a portion of the fighting ranchers showed dark banners to his caravan.

Stones were additionally tossed on one of the vehicles of the caravan, police said. Police later gathered together rancher pioneer Navdeep Singh regarding the occurrence following which an enormous number of ranchers accumulated close to Vij’s Ambala home on Thursday.

Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) senior pioneer Wajinder Kamboj said they were fighting calmly, yet the police confined them at police line premises. More ranchers later assembled at the police line region at Ambala City and requested the arrival of every one of the individuals who had been kept, including one of their chiefs.

Albeit the local organization authorities and police attempted to convince the dissenters to scatter, they didn’t yield. An enormous amount of police power was likewise conveyed in the police line region to manage any untoward circumstance.

Meanwhile, a gathering was coordinated by the region organization authorities and rancher pioneers to stop the circumstance. The organization later guaranteed the ranchers’ assignment that every one of the kept ranchers will be delivered.

Later every one of the dissidents, including Navdeep, were delivered.


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