There is high alert from Punjab to Delhi in view of the ‘Delhi Chalo’ march of farmers to be held on 13th February. Farmers from many areas of Punjab have left on their tractors. So to stop them from reaching Delhi, security has been tightened at every nook and corner. Barricading has been done on the highway, here Haryana Police is also very alert regarding the farmers’ march. Not only this, the Haryana government has made Chaudhary Dalbir Singh Indoor Stadium Sirsa and Guru Gobind Singh Stadium Dabwali as temporary jails.
Administration put up giant barricades and sharp nails
Section 144 has been imposed in 15 districts of Haryana and internet is closed till 13th February in 7 districts. The situation is being monitored through drones. To seal the border of Haryana and Punjab adjacent to Delhi, huge concrete barricades have been installed and at the same time the road has been made completely impenetrable by placing sharp nails and barbed wire. Here, Congress has also supported the farmers’ protest. In a meeting in Punjab, Congress President Kharge talked about supporting the farmers’ movement. It is noteworthy that compared to last time, this time the administration is more prepared to stop the farmers coming from Punjab. The Shambhu border is sealed, fences have been placed and iron spikes have been placed on the road. While pits have been dug near the canal, Haryana Police has also made arrangements to stop the farmers before they reach Delhi.
Modi’s 3 ministers will talk with farmer organizations
On Sunday, the police fired tear gas shells on the farmers who came out for protest in Ambala. The farmers were chased away with 8-10 tear gas shells. Meanwhile, the government is also maintaining constant contact with farmer organizations. The first round of talks failed on Thursday, after which the farmers have announced a protest on February 13. So three Union Ministers will hold a meeting with representatives of farmer organizations. Union ministers Piyush Goyal, Arjun Munda and Nityanand Rai have been entrusted with the responsibility of holding talks with farmer organizations. These three ministers are going to hold a meeting with the delegation of United Kisan Morcha (Non-Political) and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha. This meeting can be held today at 5 pm at Mahatma Gandhi State Institute, Chandigarh.
Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur borders completely sealed
Farmers from Punjab have left for Delhi, while huge blockades have been imposed in Haryana and Delhi to stop them. To stop farmers from coming to Delhi, along with blockade on Tikri and Ghazipur borders, surveillance is being done with drones. The borders with Haryana have been sealed. Police are deployed on Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur borders. Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora reached all three borders before the farmers’ march and took stock of the security. Apart from this, the Haryana government has converted Chaudhary Dalbir Singh Indoor Stadium of Sirsa and Guru Gobind Singh Stadium of Dabwali into temporary jails. Therefore, if necessary, a large number of farmers will be detained or arrested and kept in these temporary jails.
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