Bhupinder Hooda to reach Pipli
Team Haryana First
Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda has expressed outrage over the lathicharge on farmers going to the Kisan Rally at Pipli in Kurukshetra. Hooda said the voice of the people cannot be suppressed by the use of force in a democracy.
“In democracy, everyone has the right to raise his voice and go anywhere. I will myself visit Pipli in Kurukshetra on Friday and will meet farmers, laborers and traders. The famers are agitating for their legitimate demands. By bringing three anti-farmer ordinances during the Corona pandemic, the government has forced the farmer to come out on the streets and protest. No ordinance can be in the interest of the farmers unless it guarantees MSP and there is a discussion in Parliamment.
Former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda in above picture.
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All India Kisan Sabha has strongly condemned the use of police force against the kisan rally called by BKU which was to be held today at Pipli in Kurukshetra. Briefing the media here state acting general secretary Sumit said that imposing of prohibitory orders under the pretext of Corona is directed at suppressing the voice of farmers and other sections against the three ordinances which will have far reaching consequences for agriculture of our country.
Kisan Sabha state Vice President Inderjit Singh threw a challenge to the state agriculture minister to have a public debate with Kisan Sabha leadership anywhere and anytime on the crucial issue of ordinances which he has claimed to be pro-farmer.