Haryana Police to Seize Assets of Protesting Farmers

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Haryana Police to Seize Assets of Protesting Farmers

| Updated: February 23, 2024 20:16

Haryana Police to Seize Assets of Protesting Farmers

The Haryana Police has announced plans to seize the properties and bank accounts of farmers who damage public property during the ongoing “Dilli Chalo” protest march. This comes after the authorities withdrew their earlier decision to invoke the National Security Act (NSA) against some farm leaders.

The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (Non-Political) and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha (KMM) are leading the march, demanding a legal guarantee for Minimum Support Price (MSP) for crops and a farm loan waiver.

According to an official statement, the Haryana Police will recover damages caused by protesters by seizing their properties and bank accounts. The statement claims that farmers have been repeatedly trying to breach barricades at the state border and disrupt law and order by pelting stones and creating chaos. They allege that this has resulted in damage to government and private property, as well as injuries to 30 police officers.

Previously, the Ambala police had issued a statement on Thursday stating their intention to detain farmer union leaders under the NSA to maintain law and order. However, Inspector General of Police (Ambala Range) Sibash Kabiraj later clarified that this decision had been reconsidered.
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