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Friday, 27 November 2020

Police stop farmers from Punjab-Haryana at Delhi border, seek permission to make 9 stadiums temporary jail

Opposition to Agriculture Act LIVE:Police stop farmers from Punjab-Haryana at Delhi border, seek permission to make 9 stadiums temporary jail

The picture of Delhi's Indus border is this morning. A large number of police are deployed to stop the farmers.

Today is the second day of Punjab-Haryana farmers' protest against the Centre's agricultural law. Farmers marching from Punjab to Delhi could not be stopped by police water cannons, roadblocks and tear gas canisters. The farmer is constantly moving. At 2.30 pm, it was about 8 km from Kundli border from Delhi.  "We are protesting peacefully," he said. Continuing it, we will enter Delhi. Demonstration should be allowed in a democracy.


Police also used water cannons and tear gas at the Tikri border on the Delhi-Bahadurgarh highway. Here the farmer was seen fighting with the police
Delhi Police has sought permission from the government to turn 9 stadiums into temporary jails.
Haryana-Delhi border police on the protesting farmers on cell Tear gas leaving again today. Vehicles are being prevented from going towards the Indus border. Vehicles from other states can be stopped by the Western-Western Peripheral Expressway, Delhi Traffic Police said.

Security has been tightened at the Punjab-Haryana border keeping in view the views of farmers. Farmers rallied here all night and started chanting slogans in the morning. Farmers will also take to the streets in Uttar Pradesh today.

Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of the Indian Farmers Union (IFU), has decided to block the UP National Highway indefinitely in protest of agricultural laws.

Tensions between farmers and police have risen in Sonipat, with a group of farmers reaching the Panipat-Sonipat border. The farmers also said that they have started removing the barricades.

 The enraged farmers broke the barricades and threw them into the river and proceeded towards Delhi. The National Highway was jammed and people had to face hardships. People were trapped in the jam for many hours.

At the Punjab-Haryana border, the police tried to stop the farmers by running water cannons. The picture is of Ambala.

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar appealed to the farmers to end the agitation, saying that they will be talked to on December 3, but the farmers have stuck to their word." All three of them are demanding withdrawal of the Centre's agriculture bill. To stop the farmers, the police have parked the truck horizontally at the Delhi border. There is a long traffic jam at the border.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Thursday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck

People took to the farm roads, the roads in Delhi were closed even today and
people were annoyed by the closure of the National Highway. Traffic was diverted at several places on the Punjab-Haryana highway. People were forced to go to the farm road. Roads to Delhi will remain closed even today.

On GT Road in Karnal, the farmers sat down to eat on the road. This led to a long jam.

Read in Gujarati news 

Chandigarh: The
Chandigarh-Delhi highway was closed due to a farmers' agitation in which Delhi air tickets worth Rs 3,000 were sold for Rs 35,000 . Due to this, tickets for flights from Chandigarh to Delhi became more than 1000 per cent more expensive. Air Vistara sold 3 thousand tickets for 35 thousand. Air India said it would be able to reschedule passengers whose flights were canceled on Thursday due to farmers' protests. Travelers will get this facility under 'No Show Waver'.

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