The Badals have never believed in the rule of law and took no meaningful steps to fight Punjab's SYL case while they were in power, alleged the ministers. The statement alleged that Punjab's case had been "messed up" during Badal's chief ministership.
“We won’t allow any vehicle coming to Haryana from Punjab even if the vehicle is originally coming from Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan or Jammu. But we won’t stop emergency vehicles including ambulances. If Punjab doesn’t give Haryana’s share, then we will stop their vehicles,” said Chautala.
The book, Gulhati says, has something for every kind of person who picks it up -- from the water engineer and student of international relations to the historian and general reader. He could have added politicians.
The windfall opportunity presented by Punjab Sutlej-Yamuna Link Land (Return of Property Rights) Bill 2016, may never become a reality but everyone along the canal already has a plan for it, fuelled by the prevailing high prices of land.