On Tuesday, a meeting of representatives of United Kisan Morcha, who were agitating against the agricultural law, along with the district and police administration was organized at the Mini Secretariat.It was presided over by Deputy Commissioner Lalit Siwach.The administration has requested the agitators to open the road on one side of GT Road.He has appealed for compliance of the orders of the Supreme Court and cooperation in the public interest.Morcha representatives have assured a positive view on this.
Deputy Commissioner Lalit Siwach said that Monika Aggarwal had filed a public interest litigation in the Supreme Court demanding opening of GT Road.Hearing this, the Supreme Court has given clear orders that in the public interest, the common people should be given way on the one-way route from the agitators on the Kundli-Singhu border on National Highway No-44.
In view of this decision, the Deputy Commissioner, while meeting with the representatives of United Kisan Morcha, urged them to open the Sonepat-Panipat road from Delhi.The number of agitators on this route is also very less.Along with this, this road has become very dilapidated, which is in dire need of repair.
Deputy Commissioner Siwach said that the cooperation of the agitators is required in compliance of the directions of the Supreme Court.Along with this, it will also help in removing the problems being faced by the common people.For this, the agitators should think and take positive decisions.Because a large number of people have to come and go to Delhi daily.But due to the blockage of the road, people are facing a lot of problems.
Not only this, the Deputy Commissioner said that due to the agitation, the construction work of National Highway-44 is also blocked for a long time.In such a situation, if the agitators give a one-way way, then the one-way construction of the national highway will also be completed soon.In the meeting, representatives of United Kisan Morcha said that they would consider it positively.For this, he will inform the administration soon after meeting with other representatives of the Morcha.
At the same time, some representatives said that in case they leave the one-way route, they should be provided with an alternate place.He said that the biggest problem is the closure of the National Highway from the Delhi side and the erecting of the wall.In the meeting, Superintendent of Police Jashandeep Singh Randhawa, DSP Virendra Singh, DSP Satish Kumar, representatives of United Kisan Morcha Manjit Singh, Kuldeep Singh, Jagvir Singh Chauhan, Balwant Singh, Major Singh Poonawal, Mukesh Chandra, Gurpreet, Jogendra Singh, Bhupendra Singh, Kulpreet Singh, Balwan Singh, Kartar Singh, Subhash Chandra Somra, Sardar Satnam Singh, Vikramjit Singh etc. were present.
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