JJP senior leader Digvijay Singh Chautala said that the state government must take back the cases filed against the farmers during their agitation.
Team Haryana First
Chandigarh: The Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) on Thursday has demanded withdrawal of cases registered against the farmers during their stir by Haryana police.
JJP senior leader Digvijay Singh Chautala said that the state government must take back the cases filed against the farmers during their agitation. He said that he would meet the Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal and Home Minister Anil Vij and will appeal them to do so promptly.
He was speaking to the media in the office of INSO at Chandigarh. On the occasion, JJP state president Sardar Nishan Singh, Senior national vice-president Dr KC Bangar, State Office Secretary Randhir Singh and others were present. He also expressed hope that there would be positive outcome from the meeting between farmers’ unions and union government.
Digvijay said that the farmers have right to hold protest to raise their concerns. He said that each case must be withdrawn immediately. He said that he also belongs to farmers’ family and Haryana government is government for the farmers and it must take care of their welfare.
He said that meetings between farmers and union government are being held continually and union agriculture minister has also hinted on giving written assurance over MSP which is positive sign to end this impasse.
He said that JJP had earlier also demanded clear picture on MSP of the crop and union government also accepted our demand of holding meeting with the farmers’ unions on December 1. He said that JJP national president Dr Ajay Singh Chautala and other leaders have been keeping close watch on the developments.
For upcoming MC elections, Digvijay said that JJP will fight upcoming MC elections in coalition with BJP government and he would hold meeting with BJP state president OP Dhankhar to decide over the elections.