Farmers Protesting Should End Their Agitation Now ;Khattar

(Chd,Hary) Farmers Protesting Should End Their Agitation Now ;Khattar
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday said the farmers protesting at Delhi’s borders should end their agitation now following the formation of a committee by the Supreme Court over the new farm laws.
The ball is now in the court of the SC and I feel whatever is its decision, it will be acceptable to all, he said, welcoming the SC order.
The Supreme Court stayed till further orders the implementation the three central agri-marketing laws over which farmers from Punjab and Haryana have been protesting for weeks.
The court also announced the formation of a four-member committee to resolve the deadlock over the new laws between the Centre and farmers’ unions.
On the farmer unions’ refusal to call off their protest after the SC order, Khattar said there was no reason now for them to continue with it.
Khattar has been targeted by farmer unions for supporting the new laws enacted at the Centre in September.
On Sunday, protesters in Karnal vandalised the venue of the kisan mahapanchayat the chief minister had planned to address in support of the laws.