Govt is serious over legitimate demands of farmers, says Rana Sanaullah

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has termed the farmer’s protest without any justification.

A deadlock between the government and the protesting farmers continued as another round of talks ended without any result today.

“The farmer’s leaders were informed about the situation in a meeting,” the interior minister said.

“A Cabinet Committee working over the electricity bills of the agricultural tube wells,” he said. “The committee will sit again on Monday and will consider overall suggestions,” the minister said.

“The government is serious over legitimate demands of the farmers and has already accepted postponement of the payments of tube well bills,” he said. “A notification to this respect has already been issued, protest over the matter is unjustified,” he said.

“Protest is impermissible in Red Zone by farmers, any other group or party,” minister said.

“The law will come into motion against those marching on the Red Zone,” interior minister warned.

“The Supreme Court has clearly ruled against any protest in the Red Zone,” he added.

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