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Haryana Chief Minister will introduce Laws to Seek Compensation from Protesters

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has said the state will enact a law for recuperation of harms from dissenters to public property.

Chintu Das
Haryana CM
Haryana CM

Upon meeting Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar said the state will frame a law to guarantee the recuperation of harm to public property from demonstrators, ANI revealed. 

The statement came in the context of demonstrations by farmers against the previously approved farm laws. The Haryana CM had before said a few people were disturbing only for the "purpose of dissent" against the government's farm laws, which mirrored their "vested political goal". In any case, he added that the Centre will be prepared for any changes in the laws on the off chance that it was required. 

Remarking on the disturbance against the farm laws, Khattar said the government is obviously of the view that the three laws are to support ranchers and will give a lift to the farming area. 

For more than 2 months, farmers, particularly from Haryana and neighbouring Punjab, have settled in along the Delhi border, expecting the government to revoke the three laws that they claim endanger the minimum price guarantee and unlock the gate to corporate control of the agricultural sector. 

In its aftermath, the demonstration saw sporadic clashes with the authorities, destroying people’s property. A farmers' tractor rally on January 26 again caused chaos in Delhi. 

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