'Over 100 meetings,40 times practice..': Haryana CID report on Farmers Protest makes shocking revelations
The farmers have planned to march to Delhi to protest against the Government of India over multiple issues including the law guaranteeing them MSP.-
With a few months to go for the Lok Sabha elections in 2024, New Delhi is all set to witness Farmers' Protest 2.0. Multiple farmer unions of Punjab and Haryana have given a clarion call to Delhi Chalo. The farmers have planned to march to Delhi to protest against the Government of India over multiple issues including the law guaranteeing them MSP. As a result, multiple cities in Haryana have imposed Section 144. Not only this, the Delhi Police have imposed section 144 till March 12, 2024, so that no untoward incident takes place. Notably, the Haryana Government seems to act on an urgent basis and is preparing to stop farmers from going to Delhi. To do so, the government has sealed multiple highways. Reports suggest that Haryana's Central Investigation Department (CID) has released a report and has flagged that the law and order may go for a toss once again in the country. Therefore, the Khatter government and the state Police have prepared multiple plans to stop any kind of untoward incident. Now, the question arises what does the CID report say about the upcoming farmers' protest? Below is everything you need to know-
The intelligence report of the Crime Investigation Department (CID) has come out regarding the farmers' march to Delhi on February 13. According to the report, farmers have rehearsed the Delhi march at least 40 times. Of these, 10 rehearsals have been done in Haryana and 30 in Punjab. 15-20 thousand farmers are likely to participate in this movement. They can come to Haryana with 2 to 2.5 thousand tractors. For this, farmers have held more than 100 meetings.
As per a report, the CID report suggests that farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, and Karnataka will come in this March. They will reach Delhi by car, bike, metro, rail, or bus. Through this movement, it is stated that a few anti-social elements can spoil the law and order situation in Haryana, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh along with Delhi.
Reports further suggest that some farmers can secretly come and gather outside the houses of PM Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Agriculture Minister, and big leaders of the BJP and spread violence. Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij while talking to the media recently said that they did not get the input from Punjab about the farmers' march to Delhi. "We have received an intelligence report from the ADGP of Haryana CID, after which the Haryana government was alerted. The government is fully prepared to stop the farmers," said Anil Vij as quoted by a portal.
On the other hand, Bharatiya Kisan Union (Lakkhowal) Secretary Harinder Singh says that we have no information about the government's intelligence report. We will travel to Delhi only as per our previously announced program. Earlier, citing the report of ADGP of CID, the Haryana government closed the internet in 7 districts from 6 am on February 11 to 11.59 pm on February 13. These include Ambala, Kurukshetra, Hisar, Kaithal, Jind, Fatehabad, Dabwali and Sirsa.