Farmers have called for a massive protest march on Tuesday. Earlier, the government has beefed up security at Singhu, Gazipur and Tikri borders in the National Capital Region. Earlier this month, Samyukat Kisan Morcha leader Jagjit Singh Dhaliwal claimed that more than 200 farmers’ unions from across the country would participate in the “Delhi Chalo” march. Farmers gearing up for a Delhi march on February 13 are demanding that the central government enact a law guaranteeing the minimum support price (MSP) for crops. Security arrangements have been beefed up in Delhi for farmers’ march. Section 144 is in force in Delhi till March, barricades have been erected in many places. The whole of Delhi has turned into an impregnable fortress.
What restrictions are in place?
– Delhi Police has issued an order banning large gatherings at all borders between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
– Entry of tractors, trolleys, buses, trucks and commercial vehicles from Uttar Pradesh into the national capital has been banned.
– No protestors are allowed to carry weapons including firearms, swords, tridents, spears and clubs.
The Haryana government has banned mobile internet services in seven districts including Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad and Sirsa and banned sending multiple messages at once.
– In several districts, the Haryana government has suspended all dongle services provided on mobile networks except voice calls.
Are there any restrictions?
According to the traffic advisory issued by the Delhi Police, “Traffic from Delhi to Ghaziabad via Ghazipur border exit Maharajpur via Pashta Road in front of Akshardham Mandir or Patparganj Road/Mother Derry Road or Chaudhary Charan Singh Marg can go from ISBT Anand Vihar or Apsara Border in UP. Ghaziabad.”
Authorities will impose a diversion around the Singhu border for people traveling from Delhi to Haryana.
While movement of heavy/commercial vehicles/trucks heading towards Bahadurgarh and Rohtak is allowed, they are advised to use Nangloi Chowk to Najafgarh Nangloi road to enter Haryana via Najafgarh Jharuda border. Is.
Police sources said that more than 1,000 personnel of Delhi Police have been deployed at the border. Authorities have erected security barriers at the borders to prevent farmers from entering the national capital.
Spikes have been placed on roads to prevent protesting farmers from entering the city in vehicles.
1,000 to 1,500 Delhi Police personnel will be deployed in each border area. However, the pattern of deployment and the number of personnel will change according to the situation in these areas.
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