SKM demanded judicial enquiry into January 26

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It is to be mentioned here that more than 20 FIRs have been registered against suspected and unidentified persons in which the police is intending to involve the innocent persons by issuing notices.

Team Haryana First

Today the legal panel of Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) held a press conference at Kisan Bhawan Chandigarh against the repressive measures and violation of human rights at the hands of Central Govt and Delhi Police in order to foil the peaceful agitation of farmers against three farm laws enacted by the Central Govt.

The members of the legal panel namely Prem Singh Bhangu, Convener, Raminder Singh Patiala, Inderjeet Singh, Adv Kiranjeet Singh Sekhon and Harpal Singh Sudhal along with, Joginder Singh Toor, Kulbir Singh Dhaliwal, Onkar Singh and Vipin kumar, advocates of Punjab & Haryana High Court, stoutly denounced and condemned the repression and other mean tactics being adopted by Delhi police for creating terror among the farmers. They demanded a high level judicial enquiry into the incident that happened on Jan 26, 2021, where a peaceful Kisan Parade was intentionally disrupted and route was blocked under a deep rooted conspiracy hatched by Delhi police at the instance of Central Govt.

They further demanded immediate release of the farmers lodged in different jails of Delhi and withdrawal of false cases registered against farm leaders and kisans on large scale under very serious and cognizable offences like 307, 395 and 397 IPC etc. and scraping of notices being issued to hundreds of farmers in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, UP, Uttrakhand under the garb of joining investigation with intention to implicate them in false cases. It is to be mentioned here that more than 20 FIRs have been registered against suspected and unidentified persons in which the police is intending to involve the innocent persons by issuing notices. Legal penal has called upon the farmers not to be afraid of the notices and repressive measures being taken by police and not to join the investigation and also not to respond to the notices.

They further told that till today 125 farmers out of 151 have been released on bail and others are likely to be released as there bail applications are pending for hearing. The tractors and other vehicles which were illegally retained by the police need to be released as early as early possible. The legal panel is also considering to initiate legal action against police officers who are responsible for torture and causing injuries to the farmers.

The legal panel and the SKM has called upon the people to come forward against the repression, putting barricades on the roads, obstructing the passages and for restoration of democratic rights and civil liberties being curtailed by the central govt. which are posing a great danger to democratic system of the Country.

They further told that tomorrow for repealing the three black laws, legal guarantee on MSP, and shunning the repressive tactics, KMP will be jammed from 11 Am to 4 PM.

EOM.


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