Greater Noida: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has completed its probe into the alleged atrocities by the police against the people of twin villages- Bhatta-Parsaul. The NHRC team, a second visit to the affected area, grilled the officials at collectorate on Monday evening.

Even as situation in the violence-hit villages has returned to normalcy 25 days after the incidence, fear of police wrath continues to haunt the farmers. Consequently, there are a few people who still have not returned to their homes.
 
With the NHRC completing its investigation, all eyes are set on the probe report of the team. The team has scanned every aspect of the incident.   

After recording the statements of the protestors lodged in Dasna jail of Ghaziabad, the team grilled the officials at Collectorate in Surajpur. Having collected the necessary records related to the incidence, the team has returned to Delhi.

Meanwhile, the farmers held a meeting at Bhatta-Parsaul on Monday and rejected the offer of the government for holding meet with the state Agriculture Minister Chaudhary Lakshmi Narayan saying they will take decision only after involvement of any local representative in the talks.

On the other hand, Harbiri Devi, mother of absconding farmer leader Manveer Tewatia, who has cash reward of Rs 50,000 on his head, has announced to go on indefinite fast at Jantar Mantar from June 2.

JPN/Bureau