Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today made a major statement on the new agricultural laws. In fact, in his statement today, the Chief Minister said, "Let agricultural laws be allowed to come into force. If these three laws are not beneficial to the farmers, the Government will be ready to work on them". Talking to a famous website in the presence of Deputy Chief Minister Dushanti Chautala, the Chief Minister said, "Farmers should understand that there is nothing wrong with the three agricultural laws. Let them be allowed to come into force here, if there is any difficulty, the Government will definitely listen to you."
Speaking on agriculture laws, the Chief Minister also announced an aerial survey in the state. "We are planning to set up Haryana Drone Corporation to conduct aerial surveys in various sectors like agriculture, forest, mines etc. Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said 200 drones will be procured by the government for such surveys. At the same time, a statement of Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala had also surfaced before the Chief Minister". In fact, Dushyant Chautala had said in his statement, "The face of this movement, which started with the issue of farmers' rights, is no longer a farmer, but a political people. If one of them has to be a part of zilla parishad, some body wants to contest the election of sarpanch. If somebody wants to form his own party, somebody wants to support another party. This movement is only about how to oppose the Government. How to oppose the Judge or the BJP".
At the same time, the Deputy Chief Minister also said, "When the kisan sangathans started dharna demonstrations, there were three demands - the mandi continued. Msp continued to be received and no one should grab the land. Look, all this is going on. I am saying that it is not a farmers' movement, it has political people left in it".