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Cow Dung Dumped At BJP Leader’s House In Punjab

Captain Singh issued a stern warning to the protesters


A tractor trolley carrying cow dung was on Friday unloaded in entrance of the home of a BJP chief in Punjab’s Hoshiarpur district, allegedly by a bunch that was protesting the centre’s three agriculture legal guidelines. Reacting to the incident, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh warned that harassment of individuals within the identify of protest is not going to be tolerated.

According to studies, a bunch, believed to be farmers protesting the legal guidelines, staged a protest outdoors the home of the previous state minister and BJP chief, Tikshan Sud, in Hoshiarpur. They raised slogans towards the centre. Some of them allegedly dumped cow dung in entrance of the chief’s home.

The native police in an announcement mentioned that they needed to intervene to stop a conflict between the supporters of the chief and the protesters.

Mr Sud later staged a sit-in protest demanding motion towards these liable for throwing dung at his home.

Captain Singh issued a stern warning to the protesters, and mentioned “invasion of privacy of people would bring a bad name to the peaceful agitation of the farmers and defeat its very objective”.

After months of exhibiting exemplary restraint and never indulging in any violence or lawlessness in Punjab in addition to on the borders of the nationwide capital, some protesters are shedding restraint regardless of being categorically requested by farmer leaders to maintain the protests peaceable, Mr Singh mentioned in an announcement.


Punjab BJP chief Ashwani Kumar Sharma additionally condemned the incident.

The police have registered a case towards unknown protesters.

Farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and a number of other different states have been protesting the three legal guidelines. Several BJP leaders have been focused by farmers to press for his or her demand of repealing the legal guidelines.

Last month, a bunch of BJP leaders in Punjab’s Phagwara needed to slip out from the backdoor beneath police safety after farmers protesting the central authorities’s new agricultural legal guidelines picketed a lodge that they had been holding an occasion in.

With inputs from PTI

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