The thousand of Punjab farmers are gathered at various places on Haryana-Punjab borders and trying to enter into Delhi capital for continuing the protest “Dilli Chalo” against Delhi Government. All the Punjab farmers are trying to enter with their farming vehicles and equipment like a trailer and tractor. When the protest was started, Haryana police has put up road barricades on the road to seal the way of farmers and also stop them to enter another city. According to the news, the border has sealed for the next two weeks.
Recently, Haryana police also used water cannons to stop the protesting farmers and separate them from each other. Section 144 of the CrPC was inflicted in several places in the state to block the group of protestors. As per the reports of State Transport Minister Mool Chand Sharma said,” Indian Railways has been terminated two trains and their services for the tourists, also the bus services have been suspended which comes from Punjab to Haryana for two days November 26 and 27.
The reports say, ” Police have been removed some barricades from Singhu border also, some barricades were removed from the protestors and now, the farmers are moving continuously to enter the National Capital Region to continue their protest for their demands.
Protesters have gotten permission to continue their protest in the Nirankari Samagam Ground which is in the Burari, Said Delhi Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma. After seeing the situation, the Delhi government has increased the security near Delhi’s tourist place Jantar Mantar. It can be seen that situation can deteriorate so, Police has installed the Water Canon near the place and also, Security forces and Special forces have been deployed there.
In the morning, Manohar Lal Khatar, Haryana Chief Minister requested protestors to talk with the Centre government to solve their issues. For this, he has tweeted on social media and captioned,” The central government is always ready to talks. I appeal to all farmers brothers to directly talk to the Centre for all their issues. Protests are not the right way – the solution will come off a conversation”.
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