According to ANI, Harina has cut off mobile internet in the Canal, Kurukshara, Kaital, Gene and Panipat districts ahead of the planned farmers’ Mahpanchayat on Tuesday. The Internet was shut down at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday and continued until 11.59 p.m.
The Interior Ministry said the Internet had been shut down due to security concerns, public safety concerns and damage to public property. Hindu Reported. The state acknowledges that Internet services “may be misused to spread” social media – mobile media services, SMS services and other dong services “that may or may not be transmitted. The order.
On August 28, the situation in the canal was tense among protesters who had been beaten and injured by police during a protest against the three farm laws. Samukita Kisan Morcha, who is leading the farmers’ campaign, also plans to plan a mini-office in. Around Tuesday-Success Manual in Tuesday, resisting police action.
The Haryana Police Department said in a land report on Tuesday that some individuals from the Ramba and Nissing districts had been arrested by Latis and iron rods and that Mandy was an engineer. Indian Times Reported. Police said they would crack down on individuals who “try to take the law into their own hands.”
The Haryana government has proposed that farmers set up an 11-member panel to discuss the channel’s mini-secretariat. Indian Times Reported.
Police have tightened security at the scene. According to Navidde Singh Virk, Director General of Police (Law and Order), 40 state police officers and security forces have been deployed.
Haril and Home Affairs Minister Anil Vij He called on farmers to protest peacefully on Monday. He also said that the region has made appropriate arrangements by “deploying adequate security and creating roadblocks”.
“Everyone is allowed to have their say and to protest peacefully in a democracy,” he said. “tomorrow [Tuesday]The farmers are planning a protest, but they are welcome.
Police on Monday issued Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code, which prohibits meetings with four or more persons. On the Delhi-Chandigarh National Highway, traffic is diverted from the Pepsi Bridge in Pursu, Kuruksha and Panipat. The district administration also provided a list of alternatives.
On August 28, police charged a group of farmers heading to the canal to protest against a meeting of Baratia Janata party leaders. They wanted to oppose the three controversial agricultural laws.
Aynush Sinha, a former judge of the canal, was working near the hotel where the meeting was being held. Police officers on the scene instructed the farmers not to break through the fence.
“I will break them down, I will tell them plainly [farmers] Heads [if they break the cordon], ”He said in a widely shared video on social media.
Sinha’s comments sparked outrage. Hariri and Prime Minister Manohar Lal Katatar also criticized the verbal election, but said “there must be strict adherence to law and order.”
During the argument, the officer tried to explain his orders. “Any third Naka breach was a great opportunity [checkpoint near the venue of the meeting] It could have led to destruction, and some opposition groups were part of it.
Sinha moved away. He currently serves as an additional secretary in the Hariyana Citizens’ Resource Information Department.
Farmers have spoken out
Protests at the canal, where farmers have been charged, are part of a series of protests across the country since 2020.
Thousands of farmers have been protesting against the Delhi border crossing since last September.
Although the government intends to make the new laws more profitable, the farmers argue that they will bring the sector to the forefront. However, farmers say that after the fall of the government-dominated government market – which provides a shield for exploitation – the private sector will determine the price of their produce.
They fear that the government plans to overthrow the low subsidy regime by improving the agricultural sector.
In January, about two months after the farmer’s protest, the Supreme Court suspended the enforcement of agricultural laws.