New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission has issued notices to Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and other authorities seeking a report on the protest by the farmers. In fact, the National Human Rights Commission of India has received a number of complaints against farmer's agitation. As per these complaints, more than 9000 large, medium and small companies have suffered losses from farmers' agitation.
In addition to these industrial units, transportation is also affected, which has resulted in a loss to passengers, patients, physically challenged persons and senior citizens due to heavy road congestion and this continues along with the agitation. There are also reports that people are facing a lot of problems due to barricades on the border of the state due to the movement of farmers. They have to travel a lot and travel long distances to reach their destination.
NHRC has issued notices to chief secretaries of UP, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Delhi governments. In addition, a notice has also been issued to the Director-General of Police, UP, Haryana, Rajasthan seeking a reply. At the same time, the NHRC has also issued a notice to the Delhi Police Commissioner asking him to submit a report on the action taken related to this. It is alleged that corona rules are being violated by the farmers protesting at the strike site. It is also alleged that the local people living there are also facing difficulties in getting out of their homes due to the blockade of the route.