The Punjab authorities has introduced monetary assist for 83 folks arrested in Delhi after violence broke out throughout a farmers’ tractor rally on Republic Day this January. The transfer is more likely to spark an issue and arrange Punjab’s Congress authorities and the centre for a brand new battle.
Farmers particularly from Punjab and Haryana have been tenting round Delhi for a yr in protest towards three new farm legal guidelines that they are saying will give management in personal fingers. The centre has denied this allegation and even agreed to amend the legal guidelines. However the farmers need nothing wanting withdrawing the legal guidelines.
On January 26 this yr, a tractor rally by farmers was allowed on sure routes after talks between the Delhi Police and farmer leaders. Nevertheless, the state of affairs quickly fell into chaos after teams reached the Pink Fort and overran the police. The police have mentioned the protesters didn’t observe the prearranged route and broke barricades to enter Delhi. In addition they entered the Pink Fort and unfurled flags from its ramparts.
Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi in a tweet at present confirmed his authorities would pay compensation to the individuals who had been arrested by Delhi Police.
“Reiterating my authorities’s stand to help the continuing farmers’ protest towards three black farm legal guidelines, we’ve got determined to present Rs 2 lakh compensation to 83 folks arrested by Delhi Police for finishing up a tractor rally within the nationwide capital on January 26, 2021,” the Chief Minister tweeted.
Reiterating My Govt’s stand to help the continuing #FarmersProtest towards three black farm legal guidelines, We’ve got determined to present Rs 2 lakh compensation to 83 folks arrested by Delhi Police for finishing up a tractor rally within the nationwide capital on twenty sixth January, 2021.
— Charanjit S Channi (@CHARANJITCHANNI) November 12, 2021
That day the nationwide capital noticed unprecedented scenes of chaos and violence as teams of farmers clashed with police and safety forces. In visuals, round a dozen police and paramilitary personnel had been seen compelled to scramble and leap over a 15-foot wall on the Pink Fort advanced to flee a mob of lathi-wielding attackers.
The Punjab authorities has been backing the farmers. The state feels the three legal guidelines will not be helpful for his or her farmers, and has went forward with resolutions within the state meeting, which can be made right into a state regulation that might negate the results of the central legal guidelines.
Punjab alleges that agricultural produce advertising and marketing committees or mandis will grow to be personal mandis and result in monetary loss to the state authorities, which might in flip hurt rural growth. The centre has, nonetheless, mentioned the brand new legal guidelines are good for farmers since they reduce out middlemen.