Haryana cops use water cannons, tear gas to disperse farmers at Shambhu border
The Haryana Police on Thursday utilized water guns and nerve gas to scatter a gathering of ranchers from Punjab who purportedly attempted to hop police blockades to enter Haryana as a component of their 'Delhi Chalo' walk against the Center's new homestead laws. The Haryana Police authorities at the Shambhu between state outskirt with Punjab utilized boisterous speakers, asking ranchers who had amassed on the Punjab side to scatter when some of them attempted to cross and eliminate the blockades. The circumstance stayed tense at the Shambu between state verge on the public thruway as fighting ranchers tossed police blockades into the Ghaggar waterway. A portion of the protestors were additionally observed waving dark banners. Staggered blockading has been put by Haryana Police to keep the ranchers from moving towards the public capital. A rancher from Punjab present at the site told journalists, "It is condemnable that Haryana Police is utilizing such measures to stifle a get together of quiet dissenters. We are fighting in a tranquil way, yet they need to keep us from utilizing our vote based option to dissent". This gathering of Haryana ranchers, which was being driven by state BKU chief Gurnam Singh Charuni, had arrived at Karnal as a component of their walk to Delhi.
Haryana on Thursday totally fixed its outskirts with Punjab as ranchers from the bordering state began collecting in enormous numbers as a component of the Delhi Chalo walk. The BJP government in Haryana had before said it will seal its outskirts with Punjab on November 26-27 taking into account the ranchers' walk to Delhi.