Farmers have been protesting against the new agricultural law for almost a month. Meanwhile, clashes were reported between protesting farmers and Haryana police at the Shahjahanpur border in Rajasthan. At that time the police also used batons on the farmers.
Protests against the new agricultural law imposed by the central government have been going on for almost a month across the country, including Rajasthan. Various farmers are also stranded at the Shahjahanpur border in Alwar, Rajasthan. At the same time those farmers are going to protest against the new agricultural laws and are repeatedly trying to travel to Delhi. A similar situation arose again on the Shahjahanpur border in Alwar on Sunday.
With this, the farmers were lathicharged after reaching Haryana from the Shahjahanpur border of Alwar. Haryana police have also released teargas shells to stop farmers. After the clash between the police and the farmers, about 5 km of vehicles were jammed on the highway. At present, the police are dharuherara Haryana farmers stopped the protests.
Violent clashes between Haryana police and protesting farmers on the Haryana border in Shahjahanpur in Alwar district on Sunday turned violent. Clashes between the peasant protesters and the Haryana police administration escalated so much that the police had to use batons against the farmers to control the situation.
Not only that, Haryana police also fired tear gas shells at the protesting farmers. According to sources, all these protesting farmers had gone to Delhi to support the ongoing movement. All these farmers were trying to reach Delhi via Haryana. However, all these farmers have been stopped by the Haryana police.
Earlier, a group of protesting farmers at Shahjahanpur on the Rajasthan-Haryana border tried to force their way into Haryana. At this time, a dozen farmers in tractors broke through the barricades of the Haryana police and entered Haryana. At the same time these farmers traveled to Delhi.