50 farmers marching to Delhi detained, Gurugram police crack down – India TV Hindi

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Gurugram: Gurugram police have detained at least 50 farmers in Manesar who were trying to march towards Delhi on grounds that the compensation for over 1,800 acres of agricultural land purchased by the Haryana government was ‘unfair’. . Police said the protesters were taken to Manesar police lines in two buses.

What’s the whole deal?

Alleging that they were not given fair value for 1,810 acres of land in five villages of Manesar, they have decided to protest at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar on Tuesday. After receiving the information, the police sent notices to several farmer leaders late on Monday evening, but the farmers gathered for a march under the banner of South Haryana Kisan Khap Committee on Tuesday morning.

An official said that more than 500 police personnel were deployed in Manesar to prevent these farmers from moving towards Delhi. By morning, the whole of Manesar turned into a cantonment. When the peasants started moving towards Delhi, the police detained them.

Manesar Assistant Commissioner of Police Surinder Singh said Section 144 has been imposed in the area and the police will deal strictly with violators. (input language)

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