Farmers In Haryana Pledge To Protect Muslim Community Amid Violence Threat

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Farmers In Haryana Pledge To Protect Muslim Community Amid Violence Threat

Farmer leader Suresh Koth asserted that the Muslim community was under Farmer leader Suresh Koth asserted that the Muslim community was under their safeguard and urged the farmer leaders and khap panchayats to take responsibility for the protection of Muslims, ensuring that no one touches the members of the Muslim community.

HISAR(HARYANA)—In a bid to thwart communal violence in Haryana, farmer leaders and khap panchayats convened in Hisar’s Baas village to pledge their commitment to protecting the members of the Muslim community.

The meeting, attended by nearly 2,000 farmers, including Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs, marked a significant step towards unity in the aftermath of recent violence in the Nuh district.

Farmer leader Suresh Koth, who played a pivotal role in the farmers’ protest against the three farm laws, asserted that the Muslim community was under their safeguard. He urged the meeting to take responsible for the protection of Muslims and ensure no one touches the community. He was responding to the threat to the Muslim community in the wake of the communal violence in Gurugram and Nuh districts.

Koth’s message resonated with his assertion that all khap panchayats shoulder the responsibility of ensuring the protection of minority communities. He dispelled rumours of entry bans for Muslims in certain villages, emphasizing that such reports were false.

The farmer panchayat also saw participants take a solemn pledge against participating in caste or or communal violence. They pledged to work actively towards restoring peace in the strife-torn Nuh district. A demand for accountability was raised, urging action against those who incited violence through social media.






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