Haryana Cops Intrude into Punjab, Fireplace Teargas and Photographs at Protesters | Chandigarh Information – 7 minute timer

Haryana Cops Intrude into Punjab, Fireplace Teargas and Photographs at Protesters | Chandigarh Information

Patiala/Ambala/Jind: The Punjab and Haryana borders at Shambhu and Khanauri became battlefields on Wednesday as police lobbed teargas shells to stop farmers from marching forward to the nationwide capital as a part of their ‘Delhi Chalo’ protest in help of assorted calls for.At Khanauri border, farmers accused the Haryana police of intruding into Punjab boundary and firing teargas shells, leaving round 50 injured. Farmers pegged the variety of the injured at 100. Later, police and CRPF crew allegedly crossed the barricades into the Punjab aspect and broken some autos parked by farmers.The shelling began round 12.30pm after the farmers reached close to the police barricading, triggering the police motion. The shelling stopped for round one hour round 2 pm. An hour later, round 3.15 pm, the police once more resorted to teargas shelling whereas coming into the agricultural fields, leaving many others injured. The motion was prompted after some farmers walked into close by fields in Punjab to set alight stubble.Farmer Jarnail Singh, 46, of Saron village, Sangrur district, who received injured within the police motion, mentioned, “Cops intruded into the agricultural fields of Punjab to open fire and resorted to shelling on the protesting farmers. The farmers had just burnt some stubble to let the police and CRPF feel some of the pain they are giving to farmers for over a week, but they opened fire from 12 bore guns. We are farmers not terrorists.” Punjab Police, nonetheless, denied the realm belonged to Punjab. Patran DSP Daljit Singh Virk mentioned, “The area belongs to Haryana. The around 500-metre area from the barricading also belongs to Haryana”.Patiala deputy commissioner Showkat Ahmad Parray mentioned, “I will check the facts as there are conflicting reports from both sides. Their (Haryana) version is that some farmers had burnt the stubble, leading to apprehensions of attack by farmers under the cover of smoke. I wasn’t at the spot at that time and will ascertain the facts.”Kaka Singh Kotda, normal secretary, BKU (Ekta Sidhupur), mentioned, “The police and CRPF committed atrocities on farmers by killing one of them and injuring several others. The police intruded into Punjab premises and damaged parked vehicles of farmers, including cars and tractors.”Farmer leaders Jagjit Singh Dallewal and Sarvan Singh Pandher mentioned they wished the central and Haryana govts to take away the barricades to permit farmers to maneuver ahead peacefully however the police resorted to heavy shelling. “We are ready to die and be shot in the interest of farmers of the country. We are adamant on reaching Delhi, but if they open fire or use force, whatever happens will be the responsibility of those who have put up these barricades,” Dallewal and Pandher mentioned.At Shambhu, because the farmers tried to maneuver ahead, the police and paramilitary forces pushed them again with tear fuel shelling.The farmers didn’t use heavy equipment like bulldozers rigged with metal plates, hydraulic cranes and diggers. “We will make every effort to remain peaceful from our side. It will be a morcha like Guru Ka Bagh, where we bore the govt brunt but did not raise an arm. We apprehend that the Centre will play Holi with the blood of farmers and labourers. The Prime Minister should come forward and accept our demands. If the Centre feels that there is some doubt in accepting the demand, then we request that it is the duty of the PM to protect the Constitution. Accordingly, we should be allowed to hold a peaceful protest march to Delhi by opening the barriers,” mentioned Pandher in a morning media briefing accompanied by Dallewal.

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