Team ready to communicate with farmers on Singhu border


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High power committee constituted under the chairmanship of ACS Rajiv Arora to open the way, DGP, ADG Law and Order also included

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal took a high-level meeting on Wednesday to open the Singhu border. In which a committee has been constituted, which will try to open the way by talking to the Kisan Morcha. This meeting was held at the CM residence in Chandigarh in which high officials including the Chief Minister, Home Minister Anil Vij were present.

Committee formed to open the way on Delhi border After the meeting, Home Minister Anil Vij told that a state level high power committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of ACS Rajiv Arora of the Home Department to open the way. In which DGP, ADG (Law and Order) and many other officers are also involved. This committee will hold talks with the United Kisan Morcha regarding the opening of the way on the Delhi border. According to the order of the Supreme Court, for the convenience of the people commuting to Delhi, a solution will be found through dialogue.

During the meeting, a point had come that the Human Rights Commission has also given notice to the Haryana government to open the National Highway on the Singhu border. On this, the Haryana Home Minister said that at present, no such notice has been received by the Haryana Government. If any notice comes, it will be discussed.

Farmers had given confidence in the DC meeting on Tuesday A day before this, a meeting was held in Sonepat on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner Lalit Siwach. In which he urged the farmers to give way for movement of people from one side on GT Road, so that the problems being faced by the common people can be removed. On which the farmers have given confidence. The administration has succeeded in getting this done after 9 months and the door of this success is open from Karnal. 

The Supreme Court had ordered

The Deputy Commissioner said that on the PIL filed by Monika Aggarwal, the Supreme Court has ordered that in the public interest, the farmers, who are staging a sit-in on the Kundli-Singhu border, should be cleared of a one-way street. After this, on the request of Lalit Siwach, the farmer representatives said that they would consider it.

For this, he will inform the administration soon after meeting with other representatives of United Kisan Morcha. Some farmer representatives said that in the event of leaving the one-way route, they should be provided with an alternative place at another place. The closure of the National Highway from the Delhi side and the erecting of the wall is also a major problem.