The anger of the farmers in Haryana and Punjab again erupted over the amendment in the agricultural laws of the central government. On Wednesday, the police-administration used water splashes near Tyoda The in Kurukshetra to stop the farmers coming to Delhi on the Delhi-Chandigarh highway. Angry farmers clashed with the police. Till Shahabad, there was a three-hour high voltage drama between the administration and the farmers. Farmers have announced a demonstration in Delhi today.
Deployment of paramilitary forces
Police have intensified vigilance on the border in view of the Delhi Chalo March on 26 and 27 November of farmers of many states in protest against the new agricultural laws. Checking has been started on all the borders from Tuesday night to prevent farmers from entering the capital. Along with Delhi Police, paramilitary forces personnel have also been deployed. Barricading has been done on the major routes along the Delhi border. Police say the farmers have not been allowed to protest in Delhi. In such a situation, the farmers should not come to Delhi.
Farmers traveled to Delhi
Haryana government has also sealed the boundaries of the state. On the other hand, on the Amritsar-Delhi highway, the situation was known for three hours due to the uproar of farmers. In the afternoon, a large number of farmers traveled from Mohra Mandi to Delhi under the leadership of state president of Indian Farmers Union, Gurnam Singh Chaduni. The police used cold water showers in winter to stop them but to no effect. The arrangements of Ambala and Kurukshetra Police to stop the farmers of Haryana from Delhi traveled failed.
Three hours jammed on Amritsar-Delhi highway
Earlier, many policemen also narrowly escaped while stopping farmers in Ambala. There was again an unsuccessful attempt to stop the farmers near Mohadi. Police allege that stones were also thrown at the farmers, but no one was hurt. SPO Pawan Kumar, who was stationed at the halt station, was injured by a shower of a water canon. He has been admitted to a civil hospital. During this action on the Amritsar-Delhi National Highway, there was a jam situation for about three hours.
Section 144 implemented in Sonepat, temporary jail created, Delhi border blocked
In view of the peasant movement, Section-144 has been imposed in the district. 19 duty magistrates have been appointed to stop the farmers. Farmers will congregate at Rajiv Gandhi Education City on GT Road, from where farmers can be arrested forcibly moving to Delhi. For this, a temporary jail has been built in Sevali village. At the same time, Delhi Police started checking on the Singhu border of vehicles going to Delhi, causing a two km long jam on National Highway 44. The administration believes that on 26th and 27th November, the situation may become worse on the National Highway, so the route has been diverted. A separate route has been set from Delhi to Chandigarh to Sonepat to Delhi. Bureau
Punjab border seals, Punjab farmers enter Haryana via Tohana
Farmers from eight districts of Punjab, who were going to Delhi for entering into the demand for the repeal of three agricultural laws, entered Haryana via Moonak. But the police force on the border in Tohana stopped the farmers. At the same time, the Ratia police arrested Tejinder Singh Thind, the state general secretary of the Rustic Mazdoor Sabha. He was produced in the SDM court from where he was remanded till November 27.
Medha Patkar prevented from entering Agra
Social activist Medha Patkar, who was traveling to Delhi to protest against the agriculture bill, was stopped at the Agra-Dholpur border. She reached the car with the workers at nine o'clock at night. Saina police station was posted at the border before Medha's arrival. They tried to sneak into the border of Agra but the police did not allow it. She reached Shivpuri via Gwalior. Medha Patkar is leading the Janadhikar Yatra which started from Chhindwara on 11 January. He had to travel to Delhi via Agra. There is a demonstration at Jantar Mantar. SSP Bablu Kumar said that the police had been posted only on the information of his arrival. He is restrained to maintain peace.