Awakened hope: Haryana government and farmers begin talks to open Tikri border closed for 11 months

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Bahadurgarh (Haryana)

Published by: Niveda Verma
Updated to Tuesday, 26 October 2021 01:03 PM IST

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Additional Chief Secretary Rajiv Arora, DGP Agarwal, Rohtak Range IG Police Sandeep Khirwar, Jhajjar and Sonipat district officials were present at the meeting on behalf of the state government.

Officials and farmer leaders who attended the meeting.
– Photo: Samvad News Agency

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Talks between representatives of the state government’s High Power Committee and United Kisam Morcha began on Tuesday in Bahadurgarh to reopen the Tikri border, which had been closed for eleven months due to farmers ’concerns. Representatives of the Government Committee, SKM and industrialists attended the meeting.

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Before the meeting, Amrik Singh told reporters that he was going to Delhi. The protest was to be held at Jantar Mantar. But the government resisted. Even now the government has closed the roads. It is the job of the government to open it. Additional Chief Secretary Rajiv Arora, DGP Agarwal, Rohtak Range IG Police Sandeep Khirwar, Jhajjar and Sonipat district officials were present at the meeting on behalf of the state government.

On behalf of the SKM’s Tikri Border Committee, six farmer leaders, including Amrik Singh and Kulwant Singh Moulvila, are representing the agitators. Industries in Bahadurgarh are losing crores of rupees every day due to the closure of the Tikri border. That is why entrepreneurs also address their issues at the conference. The farmer is going to tell their pain in front of the leaders. Many industrialists are participating in the conference, including Subhash Jagga, general secretary of the Bahadurgarh Chamber of Commerce and Industries (BCCI) and Narinder Chikara, as representatives of the industrialists.

The people of the villages who are struggling with the closure of the Tikri border met the Chief Minister. Following this, the Chief Minister said that the Supreme Court had asked the United Kisan Morcha to become a party in a way-opening petition. Traders and shopkeepers are also worried that this will cause damage. He will direct the concerned departments to repair the link roads passing through the villages and work on the priority.

The villagers wept as many died as they could not reach the hospital

A villager told the chief minister before the chief minister that many patients had died due to not being able to reach the hospital in an emergency. If someone’s condition worsens overnight, he can easily be taken to the hospital. Villagers said the business of shopkeepers and showroom owners near the border had come to a complete standstill. As the work stopped, people had to migrate.

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Talks between representatives of the state government’s High Power Committee and United Kisam Morcha began on Tuesday in Bahadurgarh to reopen the Tikri border, which had been closed for eleven months due to farmers’ concerns. Representatives of the Government Committee, SKM and industrialists attended the meeting.

Read also – Captain’s press conference tomorrow: Amarinder could make a big political explosion, move Congress from Punjab to Delhi

Before the meeting, Amrik Singh told reporters that he was going to Delhi. The protest was to be held at Jantar Mantar. But the government resisted. Even now the government has closed the roads. It is the job of the government to open it. Additional Chief Secretary Rajiv Arora, DGP Agarwal, Rohtak Range IG Sandeep Khirwar, Jhajjar and Sonipat district administration officials were present at the meeting on behalf of the state government.

On behalf of the SKM’s Tikri Border Committee, six farmer leaders, including Amrik Singh and Kulwant Singh Moulvila, are representing the agitators. Industries in Bahadurgarh are losing crores of rupees every day due to the closure of the Tikri border. That is why entrepreneurs also address their issues at the conference. The farmer is going to tell their pain in front of the leaders. The Bahadurgarh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) General Secretary Subhash Jagga and Narinder Chikara are among the entrepreneurs attending the conference.

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