The national capital Delhi has been transformed into a fort due to the farmers’ movement. In view of the proposed Delhi Chalo March of farmers on 13 February, Section 144 has been imposed in entire Delhi for a month. Apart from this, strict security arrangements have been made at Singhu, Ghazipur and Tikri borders.
Concrete barricades have been installed on Delhi’s borders to prevent vehicles from entering the city. Sharp iron barriers have been installed on the roads.
At the same time, common people are facing a lot of problems due to barricading at various places in Delhi. At the same time, Delhi Police is using drones to monitor the border area.
In view of the farmers’ Delhi Chalo march, Delhi Police has imposed Section 144 in the national capital. This will remain in effect for the next one month.
In the order issued by Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora on Monday, there has been a ban on taking out any kind of rally or procession and blocking roads and routes. Under the orders of Delhi Police, tractor rallies have been banned from crossing the borders of the national capital.
A temporary office has been set up at Singhu border to monitor the activities of farmers round the clock.
Police have also sealed rural roads bordering Haryana to prevent protesters from entering Delhi.
Heavy deployment of paramilitary forces has been done on Delhi-Rohtak and Delhi-Bahadurgarh routes. Outer Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police Jimmy Chiram also took stock of the arrangements. According to an advisory issued here, traffic restrictions for commercial vehicles have been imposed at Singhu border from Monday. Restrictions will be applicable on all types of vehicles from Tuesday.
In view of the protests, police have deployed more than 5,000 security personnel while deploying cranes and other heavy vehicles to block roads.
Officials said that several security barriers have been installed to prevent farmers from entering the national capital. Barbed barriers have been laid on the roads so that if the protesting farmers try to enter the city on vehicles, the tires of their vehicles get punctured.
Most of the farmer unions in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab have called for protests on February 13 to put pressure on the Center to accept their demands, including making a law to guarantee minimum support price (MSP) for crops. .
One of the conditions on which farmers had agreed to withdraw the movement in 2021 was to make a law regarding guarantee of MSP.
Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora visited the city’s borders with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh on Sunday to take stock of the security arrangements. Courtesy: Language Input
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