Reliance approaches High Court seeking urgent intervention of government to stop acts
Reliance approaches High Court seeking urgent intervention of government to stop acts

New Delhi: Jio mobile towers were being targeted in Punjab for the last few days in protest against the agricultural laws of the Center. Now Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), through its subsidiary company Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited, has filed a petition in Punjab and Haryana High Court for immediate intervention by the government authorities on the nuisances.

Earlier, the company had written a letter to Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh and Punjab DGP Dinkar Gupta seeking intervention in the matter. In a petition filed in Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday through its subsidiary Jio Infocomm, RIL said that the new three agricultural laws have nothing to do with the company nor does it benefit them in any way. In order to clarify its position, Reliance said in the court that neither Reliance Industries Limited, Reliance Retail Limited (RRL), Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL) and any other company related to Reliance undertakes nor does corporate or contract farming is. The company also has no plans to enter this business.

In the case, RIL said that the nuisance has increased the risk of thousands of employees. The miscreants in both states have vandalized essential infrastructure, sales and services outlets. The company has said that under the guise of the current farmer movement, business rivals are busy following their tricks. The company has also issued an explanation regarding the new agricultural law.

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