Farmers’ Protest Intensifies as Haryana Government Takes Strict Measures”

ByTV10 Punjab

Feb 29, 2024
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28 February
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In a tense escalation of the ongoing farmers’ protest, demonstrators marching towards Delhi to secure Minimum Support Price (MSP) guarantees face harsh resistance from the Haryana government. Reports confirm that Haryana police have resorted to tear gas and physical force against the protesting farmers. Meanwhile, amidst the turmoil, the Haryana government is gearing up for significant action against those involved in violent incidents during the movement.

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Startling revelations suggest that the Haryana Police has submitted a letter to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, urging the cancellation of passports and visas for farmers engaged in disruptive activities. Videos depicting instances of stone-throwing, destruction of property, and other disturbances during the protest have been presented as evidence. The targeted actions include cancellation of visas for those responsible for damaging public property, breaking barricades, and engaging in violent acts.

As tensions escalate, the farmers find themselves caught in a precarious situation, advocating for their rights while facing stern measures from the state authorities. The developments surrounding this farmers’ movement continue to unfold, leaving the nation on edge about the future trajectory of the protest and the government’s response.