Before the farmer movement, Haryana-Punjab borders sealed, high alert issued, administration shut down internet

By Priyanka Tiwari February 12, 2024 7:17 PM IST

FARMERS PROTEST Haryana-Punjab borders sealed high alert issued administration shut down internet- India TV Hindi

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These borders of Punjab adjacent to Haryana were sealed

Farmer organizations have called for Delhi Chalo on 13 February. This means that farmers are preparing to protest in Delhi once again. Meanwhile, the governments of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi Police Administration have made special preparations. Meanwhile, high alert has been issued on Khinnauri, Dabbawali and Shambhu borders of Haryana and Punjab. All three borders have been completely sealed. Also, internet services have been stopped at all places. Let us tell you that internet services have been banned in 7 districts of Haryana.

Delhi administration ready

Keeping this protest in mind, the administration in Delhi is also ready. Also, the borders adjoining Haryana have been sealed. Let us tell you that barricades, boulders etc. have been deployed on many important routes connecting to Haryana. Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora reached Ghazipur border on Sunday night. Here he took stock of the security arrangements. Let us tell you that keeping in mind the farmers’ rally, Delhi Police had issued a traffic advisory on February 11 itself. Through this advisory, Delhi Traffic Police had appealed to the people not to go on certain routes.

Traffic police issued advisory

Let us tell you that from Monday the movement of commercial vehicles on the Singhu border will be completely stopped. Singhu border will remain completely sealed on Tuesday. Also, movement of any type of vehicles will be banned. If you are going to travel from Delhi to Noida or Ghaziabad, then you may have to face some problems. Actually, tight security arrangements have been made at Loni Border, Ghazipur Border, Chilla Border, Kalindi Kunj-DND-Noida Border. Due to this, people may have to face some problems. Also, if you are coming to Delhi from Haryana and Punjab through interstate buses, then you may also have to face problems, because the Singhu border has been sealed.

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