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Farmers Protest: Farmers’ protest ends, consensus reached on this issue, Delhi NCR kept groaning with traffic jams all day long

The protest by farmers of Uttar Pradesh ended in Noida after a day of chaos. After the talks, the leaders of the farmers’ organization announced to end the strike. Due to the farmers’ protest, there was a heavy traffic jam throughout the day on Thursday on the Delhi-Noida border. Two-wheelers and four-wheelers got stuck in the jam, causing long queues of vehicles on the roads.

This is how the farmers’ demonstration ended

Noida DCP Vidya Sagar Mishra said, we have talked to the leaders of farmer organizations. A proposal was made to form a high power committee. Farmer leaders agreed to this. The march ended with a consensus. We are trying to normalize the traffic system. Additional police force has been deployed for this.

Why were the farmers protesting?

Farmer groups in Noida and Greater Noida have been protesting since December 2023, demanding increased compensation and developed plots in exchange for their lands acquired by local development authorities.

Jam in Delhi NCR

Heavy jam on Delhi-Noida border

Due to widespread protests by farmers, heavy traffic jam was seen on the Delhi-Noida border on Thursday. Drivers remained stuck in the traffic jam for hours. Many two-wheelers and four-wheelers got stuck in the jam in Sarita Vihar, due to which long queues of vehicles were formed on the roads. According to Delhi Traffic Police, there was heavy traffic jam on the routes connected to Sonia Vihar, DND, Chilla, Ghazipur, Sabhapur, Apsara and Loni border. In view of the traffic, the administration had advised passengers to postpone their journey.

Farmers trying to march to Parliament House were stopped in Noida

Thousands of farmers from Uttar Pradesh tried to march to the Parliament House. But the police stopped them near Mahamaya flyover in Noida. During this time the police had to face heavy opposition. The administration had detained some farmers.

Jam in Delhi NCR

The administration had made complete preparations in view of the farmers’ performance.

In view of the widespread protests by farmers, security was increased on the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border. A large number of policemen were deployed on the Delhi-Noida border. Big bulldozers, heavy machines, Vikrant goods vehicles, riot control vehicles and water cannon vehicles were deployed to deal with the protesters.

Paramilitary forces were deployed

A senior police officer said, heavy security arrangements were made at various borders in Delhi. A large number of security personnel along with paramilitary forces were already deployed to maintain law and order.

Section 144 was imposed

Before the farmers’ protest in Noida and Greater Noida, Gautam Buddha Nagar Police had imposed Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure for Wednesday and Thursday.


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