Bengali Hunt Desk: Farmers in Punjab and Haryana have been protesting on the Delhi border for nearly two weeks in protest of the controversial agriculture law. The leaders of the farmers' association have already held five rounds of meetings with the government to resolve the issue. Although they did not work. The meeting will be held again tomorrow. However, in the midst of all this, the farmers have called Bharat Bandh today. All opposition parties have expressed support for the ban.
However, the Home Ministry has already issued special guidelines on the issue. All the states have been directed to ensure that no untoward incident takes place in any of the states in the name of Bandh. However, the Yogi government is absolutely opposed to the closure. The Uttar Pradesh police has issued guidelines saying anyone can support the bandh. But in the name of making it a success, strict action will be taken against the accused if the shop is forced to close or there is a commotion.
Lucknow: UP police will take strict action against those who forcibly closed the shop on December 8.#FarmersProtest
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In this context, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath [Yogi Adityanath] “Some political parties are trying to disrupt the peace in the country,” he said yesterday. In particular, the position of some political parties on agricultural law is making their duplicitous character more clear to the people.