Chandigarh: The relationship between Punjab and Haryana has touched new lows over the ongoing farmers’ protest against the Union government’s three contentious remarketing laws. The already tense ties worsened on Saturday when Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar claimed in Gurgaon that the farmer protests were sponsored by political parties in Punjab and that they were led by office-bearers of the Punjab chief minister’s office.
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LAW AND DISORDER
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Will not appear before any committee that SC may appoint, declare farmers
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