Sarv Khap Panchayat honours Abhay for solidarity with farmers | Chandigarh News

Sarv Khap Panchayat honours Abhay for solidarity with farmers | Chandigarh News

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Rohtak: Indian National Lok Dal senior leader Abhay Chautala, who quit as Ellenabad MLA in support of ‘Kisan Andolan’ was honoured by the Sarv Khap Panchayat at the historic Meham Chaubisi Chabutra here on Thursday. On the occasion, the khap panchayat also moved three proposals — repeal the three central farm laws, bring a law on MSP for foodgrains and withdrawal of cases registered against farmers and release of those arrested during the ongoing agitation against the three laws.
Speaking on the occasion, the INLD leader targeted former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, who is also the leader of opposition in Haryana, saying the no-confidence motion to be tabled by the Congress would not survive in the state assembly. Calling Hooda an agent of BJP, Abhay claimed that he may claim to be a well-wisher of the farming community but is scared of from raising their voice and taking their issues forward. “Hooda will succumb to the pressure, of BJP government’s threat to open his corruption case files,” he alleged.
On February 3, the Haryana Congress Legislature Party had decided to move a no-confidence motion against the BJP-JJP government in the next assembly session on the Centre’s farm laws issue. It had also decided to move a resolution in the assembly to reject all the three central farm laws.
Abhay also hit out at the BJP, saying the party was known for engineering riots and had never held any agitation in support of the people. The BJP-JJP combine government in Haryana has earned such a bad for itself that people may not even like to invite their leaders for marriage functions, he added.
Meham Chaubisi head Tulsi Grewal gifted a plough to the INLD leader. However, prominent farm leaders Gurnam Singh Charuni and Rakesh Tikait, who had been invited for the felicitation ceremony, termed it as a political event and did not attend it. Independent MLA from Meham, Balraj Kundu also did not attend the function. At a mahapanchayat in Bhiwani’s Kitlana toll plaza, Kundu had reminded the people of the Chautala family’s history and raised the 1990 Meham violence during assembly polls.

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