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Farmers Delhi March: Borders of Delhi and Haryana sealed, police on alert mode

Farmers are ready to agitate… and a large number of police forces are deployed to stop the agitation. From Haryana to Delhi Police is in full alert mode regarding the farmers’ march to Delhi. Ahead of the farmers’ proposed Delhi Chalo March on February 13, the border with Punjab has been sealed at Shambhu near Bala in Haryana. Along with installing concrete barricades, sandbags, barbed wire on the border, anti-riot vehicles have been deployed on the roads. To prevent protesters from throwing police barricades, iron sheets have been installed on both sides of the road at Ghaggar flyover. Water cannon vehicles and Vajra vehicles have been deployed. Along with this, the bed of Ghaggar river has also been excavated so that it cannot be crossed on foot.

To stop the march of farmers to Delhi, the borders are also being sealed in Jind and Fatehabad of Haryana. Extensive arrangements have been made to stop the farmers. In Fatehabad district, police have installed concrete barriers and laid nail strips on the road in Jakhal area to stop the Punjab protesters from moving towards Delhi. At the same time, Delhi Police is also gearing up to stop the farmers from reaching Delhi. Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora himself reached Tikri border to inspect the security arrangements before the Delhi march.

Internet service closed in seven districts
In view of the fear of disturbance of peace during the farmers’ Delhi march, the Haryana government banned mobile internet services and bulk SMS in seven districts of the state, Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad and Sirsa from 11 to 13 February. Is. At the same time, farmers are fully prepared for the Delhi march. A group of farmers has left for Delhi from Bathinda to join the Delhi march on 13 February. However, in the meantime, the Center has organized another meeting on February 12 to discuss the demands of the farmers, in which the farmers have also been invited.

What is the demand of farmers
In fact, on February 13, the United Kisan Morcha and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha had announced Delhi Chalo on behalf of more than 200 farmer unions, to press the Center to accept several demands, including making a law to guarantee minimum support price for crops. Pressure can be applied. Farmers plan to go to Delhi from Ambala-Shambhu border, Khanauri-Jind and Dabwali border. In view of the farmers’ protest, prohibitory orders have been imposed in Ambala and Kaithal districts. Gathering of five or more people has been banned. The police are also holding meetings with village sarpanches and khap panchayats and asking them not to participate in the march. with language input


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