Today is the 38th day of the movement against agricultural laws. Farmers are camping on the borders of Delhi with their demands. Meanwhile, the news is from Punjab. Hoshiarpur of Punjab. Here, some people allegedly dumped a pile of cow dung outside the house of a BJP leader in protest against the agricultural laws.
According to the news, some unknown people reached the house of BJP leader and former minister Tikshan Sood and put a pile of garbage and cow dung there. They brought with them a trolley full of garbage and dung which they overturned here. After this, they also raised slogans against the central government for not accepting the demands of the farmers.
After this, Sharp Sood along with BJP workers staged a protest on Rai Bahadur Jodhamal Road. He called this act of unknown people wrong and demanded action against them. Punjab BJP chief Ashwani Kumar Sharma also condemned this act. He called it a planned attack and said that some undesirable elements under the guise of farmers attacked Sood’s house. They did this with the intention of spoiling the peace and brotherhood of the state.
Punjab CM Amarinder Singh has also taken cognizance of this incident and considered it serious. He said that due to such antics, the name of peaceful movement of farmers will be spoiled, as well as its purpose will also be damaged. He said that the law should not be taken in the hands of farmers.
The Chief Minister said in his statement,
“Farmers are showing exemplary restraint and are not involved in any violence. Neither in Punjab nor on the borders of Delhi. But some protesters are losing their moderation despite the fact that the farmer leaders have appealed for a peaceful protest. “
He said that such activities end brotherhood in the society and harm the atmosphere of harmony.
Earlier, there were reports of damage to mobile towers in Punjab. Around 1500 towers of Jio Company were targeted by the protesters, due to which mobile services were also affected. Farmers’ organizations have prohibited the protesters from doing so.
Captain Amarinder Singh, the head of the Congress government of Punjab, has appealed to the farmers not to do such work which causes problems for the common people. At the same time, he has also ordered the police to take strict action against those who disrupt the telecommunication services