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Hansi-Butana Canal Wall Fearing flood,villagers threaten to go on fast
The Tribune

Posted: Tuesday, July 19, 2011

 Hansi-Butana Canal Wall

Fearing floods, villagers threaten to go on fast 
Umesh Dewan
Tribune News Service

Patiala, July 17
Fearing floods, residents of several villages along the Hansi-Butana canal embankment on the Punjab-Haryana border, 45-km from here, met today and decided to go on fast in case the government failed to come to their rescue.

Farmers from Dharmheri, Sassi Gujaran, Sassi Thay, Haripur and Hassanpur said all they had seen so far was a war of words between the Congress and SAD-BJP over the issue.

“ While the blame game is on, we do not see anything being done by any party to save the villages from the fury of the floods. We are now planning to sit on an indefinite fast in case the state government fails to find a solution within a week,” said Ripdaman Singh of Haripur. Jaswant Singh Shergill and Pyara Singh of Sassi Gujaran village said nobody seemed bothered about the plight of the families living in constant fear of floods.

Former Punjab Vidhan Sabha Deputy Speaker, Bir Devinder Singh, said it was surprising that neither the CM nor the Leader of the Opposition Rajinder Kaur Bhttal or PCC leader Capt Amarinder Singh had visited the site where Haryana was raising a wall.”



Source :- http://www.tribuneindia.com/2011/20110718/punjab.htm#2


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