In his Republic Day address after hoisting the tricolour during a function in Panchkula, Khattar said the Constitution talks about rights, but these rights do not give us the “freedom to do anything”.
Congress wants Haryana government dismissed as cops quiz man over 'conspiracy' to disrupt farmers' protest
Congress spokesperson Gourav Vallabh said the BJP government in Haryana, led by Manohar Lal Khattar, has "lost the moral right and trust of people to govern".
Even as Khattar and the BJP leaders haven’t been able to cut ice with the agitating farmers, the party believes that there’s not much of support for the agitation from Haryana.
The sentiment in Haryana is against the laws and it will cost the ruling alliance heavily,” JJP MLA Ram Kumar Gautam said.
The police said they are collecting evidence including video clips in connection with the incident and would take action against those who are found involved in it.
Protesting farmers ransack venue of CM Khattar's meet to explain 'benefits' of farm laws; police use teargas shells
Farmers were carrying black flags and shouting slogans against the BJP-led government as they attempted to march towards Kaimla village.
Khattar modern day ‘General Dyer’: AAP attacks Haryana CM for use of tear gas and lathi charge on farmers
Raghav Chadha was reacting to a video, that went viral on social media, where the use of harsh police action can be seen to stop farmers from entering Haryana from Rajasthan.
AAP leader compares police action on farmers to Jallianwala Bagh episode, calls Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar General Dyer
Haryana Police fired teargas canisters to thwart a march of a group of agitating farmers towards Delhi at Masani barrage in Rewari.
Rajesh Kalia was posted the Ambala SP over three months ago.
Haryana Congress chief Kumari Selja said the Haryana government has crossed all the limits by registering the case against the farmers.
On Tuesday, a group of protesting farmers had showed black flags to Khattar when his convoy was passing through Ambala City.
The farmers waived black flags at the chief minister's convoy while it was crossing the Agrasen Chowk.
Khattar reiterated that he would leave politics if there was any kind of threat to the minimum support price (MSP) system.
This is the second time Manohar Lal Khattar met Tomar at his residence since the protests broke out over three weeks ago, a state government official said.
The meeting comes a day after BJP leader and former Union minister Chaudhary Birender Singh joined a protest in support of the farmers at Haryana's Rohtak.