Haryana: Farmers dug helipad made for Dushyant Chautala and buried black flags

The anger of farmers about the new agricultural laws is increasing now. Due to the farmers’ protest, Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala could not go to his constituency Uchana on Thursday as farmers dug pits on the helipad and burnt black flags after informing of his arrival.

Karsindhu village in Uchana assembly constituency, which is believed to be the village supported by Dushyant Chautala, started shouting slogans on the main road to the bus stand with black flags in the hands of villagers and villagers. On receiving this information, the Deputy Chief Minister had to postpone his program.

The farmers are unhappy over Dushyant Chautala not supporting the farmers on the issue of agricultural laws. Krishna, former sarpanch of Safa Kheri, Surendra, ex-sarpanch of Uchana Khurd, Anil Surabura etc. said that their opposition would continue till Dushyant Chautala resigned from his post and went among the farmers. Please tell that Jananayak Janata Party (JJP) is part of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -led government in the state.

Khattar was also shown black flags

It is worth mentioning that earlier a group of farmers showed black flags to the Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday when his convoy was passing through the city of Ambala. Some farmers reportedly tried to stop the Chief Minister’s convoy, but the police managed to evacuate him.

Khattar had come to address public meetings in Ambala in support of the candidates of the Mayor and Councilor in the upcoming civic elections. When the Chief Minister’s convoy was crossing Agrasen Chowk, the farmers showed him black flags.

The farmers shouted slogans against the government and said that until the new agricultural laws are withdrawn, their protest will continue in this way.

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