Action Against Batala Policeman: After prominently showing the news of a woman farmer being slapped by a policeman, the police have taken action. Let us tell you that the policeman who slapped has been brought to line. Along with this, SSP Batala said that a departmental inquiry has been opened against him.
Let it be said that there was a clash between the farmers and the police who were opposing the acquisition of land in Batala. Meanwhile, a policeman slapped the woman farmer. The video of which has also come out. Meanwhile, a large number of farmers were loaded into buses and taken away from the protest site by the police. The farmers’ organizations have strongly opposed it.
On the other hand, the state president of the farmers’ organization Sukhwinder Singh Sabra and general secretary Rana Ranbir Singh have said that they are acquiring the land due to heavy lathicharge and arrests on the farmers for not relinquishing possession of their land in village Cheema Khuddi and Pejo Chak and farmers’ leaders. The turbans have been taken off after being dragged into the fields.
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Against this breach of promise, the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee Punjab will jam the train wheel at 1 o’clock today at various places across Punjab. State leaders Savinder Singh Chutala and Harvinder Singh Masani and senior leader of the organization Sarwan Singh Pandher said that the organization has been struggling for about 13 months and has been on 3 rail jam dharnas. In which the administration on behalf of the government assured that no land will be acquired before the money is collected by increasing the land market rate.
He said that of course the public will face problems due to jamming of trains, but the Bhagwant government is responsible for this.
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