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‘State government should decide the protest site…’, High Court’s big comment amid farmers’ movement, said- they are also citizens of India

Court issued notice to state governments
According to a report by Live Law, a division bench of Punjab and Haryana High Court Acting Chief Justice Justice GS Sandhwalia and Justice Lupita Banerjee has asked the state governments to determine the protest sites. The court has issued notice to the Center and Punjab, Haryana and Delhi governments. The bench said this during the hearing on two public interest litigations in this case. During the hearing, the court said that these protesters are also citizens of India, and they have the right to go anywhere inside the country. It is noteworthy that in view of the farmers’ march, barricades have been installed on the borders. Internet service in Sal districts of Haryana has been stopped.

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