.Karnal, Haryana, India
Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar alleged that Bharatiya Kisan Union chief incited the violence at the venue. (Photo Credit: Twitter/ ANI)
- Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar was scheduled to address a gathering in Karnal on Sunday
- Protesting farmers ransacked the venue where Khattar was to highlight the 'benefits' of three farm laws
- The programme was cancelled due to an 'unruly act' by farmers
Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday said certain "unwanted elements" are present during farmers' protests. (Photo Credit: PTI)
- "We've inputs of some such unwanted elements in crowd," Haryana CM said
- "We've reports, will disclose once it's concrete," he added
- Farmers are protesting over three Farm laws enacted during the Monsoon Session of Parliament
CM Khattar extended the assurance to agitating farmers from Punjab and Haryana. (Photo Credit: PTI)
- The Haryana CM appealed the farmers to directly talk to the Centre
- He told farmers that violence cannot be a medium for the resolution of problems
- Farmers have been protesting against the farm laws, fearing that they would lead to MSP dismantling
Khattar has asked the Punjab CM to not incite the farmers. (Photo Credit: Twitter/MLKhattar)
- Khattar claimed that the Punjab CM was unreachable
- Amarinder Singh termed the use of force as 'undemocratic and unconstitutional'
- Police used water cannons and tear gas to disperse farmers
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said it was a 'sad irony' that the constitutional right of farmers were being 'oppressed' on the Constitution Day. (Photo Credit: Twitter/@capt_amarinder)
- Punjab CM Amarinder Singh said that the use of 'brute force' against them is 'totally undemocratic and unconstitutional'
- He said farmers have been peacefully protesting in Punjab against the farm laws for two months
- The Haryana Police on Thursday used water cannons and tear gas to disperse a group of farmers from Punjab
.West Bengal, India
Nusrat Jahan MP from Basirhat said, "Be in love & start falling in love with each other. Don't make religion a political tool.” (Photo Credit: Twitter/ANI)
- TMC MP Nusrat Jahan asked people not to make religion a political tool
- Jahan said 'love and jihad do not go hand-in-hand'
- Madhya Pradesh, Haryana are mulling over possibilities to implement law against 'love jihad'
CM Khattar said that the Centre and state are taking legal advice so that such incidents are not repeated. (Photo Credit: PTI)
- The Haryana CM said the murder of a student in Faridabad is being linked to 'love jihad'
- Haryana Home Minister tweeted the government "is contemplating a law against love jihad"
- UP CM Adityanath on Saturday said his government will bring a law against 'love jihad'
.New Delhi, Delhi, India
PM Narendra Modi called Haryana a "symbol of prosperity and progress". (Photo Credit: PTI)
- Haryana was carved out from the state of Punjab on November 1, 1966
- It became the 17th state of India
- Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar addressed the state's residents on the occasion
.Faridabad, Haryana, India
Police arrest two accused in the murder of Nikita Tomar in Ballabgarh last evening, in Faridabad district, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020. (PTI Photo)
- The incident took place on Monday where two men shot the woman after she refused to sit in their car
- Both the accused have been arrested
- Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that strict action will be taken against the culprit
The monsoon session of the Haryana Assembly will be of one-day duration. (Photo credit: Twitter/@ANI)