Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, March 8
Former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Monday started his protest march on a tractor against the fuel price hike outside the Vidhan Sabha.
Other Congress MLAs were pulling the tractor with ropes.
Congress MLA Shakuntla Khatak pulled an auto to protest against fuel and LPG price hike.
Within a few minutes, the police stopped the tractor.
Congress MLAs jostled with police personnel as they were not allowing the tractor.
The entry to Vidhan Sabha was blocked now as Congress MLAs refused to budge.
Now both the entries to Haryana and Punjab Assemblies have been blocked.
On one side there are Congress MLAs with tractor and the other side is blocked by SUVs of Congress MLAs.
Faridabad NIT MLA Neeraj Sharma reached assembly on an Activa.
Finally, police allowed the tractor.
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