Tension Erupts at Haryana Border after Mob Attacks Farmers

For the last two months, thousands of farmers have been demonstrating against the new agricultural laws. However after the violence during the tractor parade of farmers on Republic Day, the situation on the Delhi-Haryana border became tense. Due to this, internet service has been stopped in 17 districts of Haryana.

Meanwhile, Haryana Government stopped internet services except voice calls in Ambala, Yamunanagar, Kurukshetra, Karnal, Kaithal, Panipat, Hisar, Jind, Rohtak, Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Fatehabad, Rewari and Sirsa districts. The government has already shut down internet services in Sonipat, Palwal and Jhajjar.

A group of villagers who claimed to be local citizens, clashed with protesting farmers. They were demanding evacuation. Eyewitnesses saw the crowd armed with stones, sticks, swords. After that, the police had to fire tear gas shells to control the situation. In the midst of this ruckus, a man also attacked Alipore police station in-charge (SHO) Pradeep Paliwal with a sword.

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After a long time, the police pacified the chaos. After that, a mahapanchayat of 40 villages started in Sonepat, Haryana. There were discussions about vacating the Singhu border. Harkirat Maan Beniwal (21), who hails from Punjab, said, “They are not local people, they are hired goons. They were throwing stones at us and throwing petrol bombs. They also tried to burn our trolley. We are here to resist them. “

Meanwhile, Crime Branch and FSL teams have reached Ghazipur Border to investigate the violence in Tractor Parade. The FSL team is gathering evidence here. The team will investigate the stone road blockers that the police put on the road. Also, police is doing preparations to send CCTV footage, mobile footage to the laboratory for investigation.