Answer call from four states on farmers dharna

The National Human Rights Commission has issued notices to the governments of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Delhi in the matter of farmers’ strike on the borders of Delhi.

The National Human Rights Commission has issued notices to the governments of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Delhi in the matter of farmers’ strike on the borders of Delhi. The Chief Secretaries, Director Generals of Police and Police Commissioners of all these states have been asked to give details of the action taken in connection with the dharna.

According to the commission, it has received several complaints regarding this dharna. It has come to the notice of serious adverse impact, especially on nine thousand small and medium industrial units. have to do. There are barriers on the borders. There is also an allegation that the agitating farmers are not following the Corona rules at the protest sites.

Not only this, people living in the surrounding areas are unable to come out of their homes due to the blockade of the road. The movement is related to the issue of human rights violations, although it is also necessary to respect the right to agitate in a peaceful manner. The Commission has requested the Institute of Economic Development to file its due report by October on the remaining 10 pages about the adverse effect of disruption in industrial and commercial activities and traffic services due to the strike of farmers. Reports have also been sought from National Disaster Management Authority, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Health regarding the COVID protocol at the protest sites due to farmers’ agitation.

The Human Rights Commission has said that no report has been received from the District Collector of Jhajjar even in the case of gang-rape of a human rights activist at the protest site. The commission had sought this report regarding the payment of compensation amount. The commission has given time till October 10 to the district collector to file the report. The commission has also requested the Delhi School of Social Work of Delhi University to deploy their teams to conduct the survey at the protest sites. They will have to give their report to the commission after assessing the livelihood, life and problems being faced by the elderly and disabled.

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