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Section 144 imposed on Delhi borders

New Delhi: Farmers have once again decided to confront the government. Farmers have announced to march to Delhi on February 13. Seeing this declaration of farmers, Delhi Police has also been alerted. All preparations are being made to prevent farmers from entering Delhi. Security has been increased at the borders. Along with the police, paramilitary forces have also been deployed.

Along with this, Delhi Police has imposed Section 144 on Ghazipur border, Tikri border and Singhu border. Along with this, obstacles have also been placed on the borders. The police are also checking the vehicles passing through these borders. Along with this, the police there has increased vigilance on the borders of Haryana and Punjab. Cement barriers have been put up and water has been released into canals to prevent farmers from moving forward. Along with this, nails have also been put on the roads.

Delhi Traffic Police has issued an advisory.

In view of the farmers’ march, the Delhi Traffic Police has issued an advisory. According to information, there will be a complete ban on the movement of commercial vehicles at the Singhu border from Monday. On Tuesday, the Singhu border will be completely sealed and no vehicular movement will be banned from the Singhu border.

Where is the turning point in Delhi?

As per the Delhi Traffic Police advisory, inter-state buses to complete their journey from Delhi to Sonepat or beyond via National Highway 44 should proceed from Kashmir Gate Bus Stand via Majnu Ka Tela, Signature Bridge, Khajuri Chowk and Loni Border. Will be. . Along with this, heavy commercial vehicles will have to go from DSIIDC Cut to Bawana Road Crossing and then from Bawana Chowk to Achandi Border via Syedpur Chowk via KMP. While Rohtak-bound heavy vehicles have been advised to enter Haryana via Muqbara Chowk on Outer Ring Road via Rathla, UER-2, Kanjhawala and Jaunti border.

Bringing arms etc. is also prohibited.

In the order issued by the police, it is said that due to the implementation of Section 144, the protesters will be banned from coming to Delhi on tractors, trolleys, buses, trucks, commercial vehicles, horses etc. Along with this, it will be prohibited for anyone to come to Delhi with weapons, swords, tridents, sticks or sticks etc.

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