Chakka jam chakka jam Sari taraf chakka jam
Puri kro hmari maang nhi to hoga chakka jam
27 sep ,2021
In the two states, though, the blockade disrupted traffic on many highways even as farmer unions took steps to ensure there was no repeat of the Republic Day violence when a section of the protests spiralled out of control.
On most stretches, traffic resumed after 3.30 pm; ambulances and essential service vehicles were allowed to pass through; several leaders criss-crossed the state and underlined to protesters the need to keep the peace; the blockade wasn’t allowed to extend beyond the stipulated 3 pm
. The government, too, was on alert. Right through the day, all district police chiefs were in the field. Ahead of the chakka jam, the Centre,
midnight, snapped Internet services at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur, all the three sit-in protest sites until 11.59 pm
An order issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs said it was being done “in the interest of maintaining public safety and averting public emergency.” The chakka jam took place peacefully without any disturbance.
This protest will continue if the government doesn’t pay heed to our demands,” said farm leader Darshan Pal at a press conference. The road blockade at 250 sites across Haryana touched several districts including Sonipat, Jhajjar, Rohtak, Kaithal, Fatehabad, Panipat.
For three hours, from 12 noon to 3 pm Saturday, farmers protesting against the Centre’s new farm laws blocked several roads mainly across Punjab and Haryana Saturday.
Vicky Jainpuri of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee (KMSC), whose members veered off the designated route on R-Day, said: “We told our youngsters, ‘you have already seen the consequences of the Red Fort incident.
No one should misbehave again’. Peace is our strength.” Buta Singh Burjgill, president of BKU (Dakaunda), one of the key protesting unions, said that he and his senior vice-president Manjit Dhaner repeatedly underlined this caution.
Said Burjgill: “We told all speakers that no one should make any personal attacks on any leader. Our protest is against farm laws…we directed speakers not to give any provocative speeches. ”
“The chakka jam took place peacefully without any disturbance. This protest will continue if the government doesn’t pay heed to our demands,” said farm leader Darshan Pal at a press conference.
Author – Luv Sarpal