Muzaffarnagar News: Bku workers involved with police

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Muzaffarnagar Published by: Meerut office Updated Sun 06 June 2021 02:38 AM

In Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, workers from the Bharatiya Kisan union burned copies of agricultural laws during a demonstration in Tehsil Sadar. During the march to the Collectorate, the BKU employees had a violent argument with the police officers from Meenakshi Chowk. The barricades have been removed from here. BKU employees carried out a sit-in at Mahavir Chowk. The protesters were adamant about calling the electricity authorities. After that, the officers calmed her down by persuading her.
In Tehsil Sadar, BKU employees arrived in the form of a procession. Protesters shouted slogans here as they demonstrated in the SDM office. BKYU activists also burned copies of agricultural laws here. He then traveled from here to the Collectorate in the form of a procession. They had to go to the Collectorate from Arya Samaj Road via Mahavir Chowk, the police tried to stop the workers by barricading Meenakshi Chowk themselves, where the workers were fighting with the police. BKYU workers broke the barricades and headed towards Mahavir Chowk. Then the police stopped the BKU employees by barricades at Mahavir Chowk. Here the BKU leaders had a lot of wrangling with the police officers.


( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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