Heavy traffic jams amid farmers’ Delhi march, know which routes to take – India TV Hindi

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Traffic jam in Delhi

Today is the second day of farmers’ ‘Dili Chalo’ march. Meanwhile, due to heavy traffic, people in various parts of national capital Delhi are facing a lot of difficulty in reaching their destination. The Delhi Police on Tuesday sealed five major roads connecting Haryana and Uttar Pradesh due to farmers’ protests.

Delhi’s borders with Haryana were sealed.

Protesting farmers line the borders with tractor-trolleys to enter Delhi. In view of this, Delhi’s borders with Haryana have been sealed at Singhu, Tikri and Jharoda. Also, Challa and Gazipur borders with Uttar Pradesh have been sealed. Delhi Police has installed barricades, iron nails and concrete barriers at the entrances.

Farmers riding in tractor trolleys stood at the borders.

Farmers from different parts of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh have left to march towards Delhi. Thousands of farmers are lining the borders in tractor trolleys in preparation for the march to Delhi. Meanwhile, the Delhi Traffic Police has advised commuters to use the transit points of Loni, Uchandi, Joonti, Piao Munyari and Safiabad to exit Delhi. Along with this, traffic police in Delhi, Noida and Ghaziabad have issued helpline numbers – 1095, 9971009001 and 9643322904 for passengers in case of any crisis.

Farmers will again move towards Delhi today.

Thousands of farmers have reached Haryana from Punjab. Farmers carrying rations and fuel on tractors are preparing to march towards Delhi. At several places along the Shambhu border, farmers’ organizations have announced that they will call off protests for Tuesday. The farmers’ organizations said that they will once again move towards Delhi on Wednesday morning. Farmer organizations said that this is a victory for our patience. About 100 of us were injured but still we persevered. Several Rapid Action Force personnel were injured during the farmers’ protest and have been brought to the Ambala Civil Hospital.

It was preceded by a long protest.

Notably, two years ago farmers staged a long protest in Delhi after which the government withdrew all three agricultural laws. Almost two years later, farmers are once again marching towards Delhi. In 2020-21, 32 farmers’ unions came under one banner under the Sanikat Kisan Morcha i.e. SKM, now in SKM (Punjab), SKM (Non-Political) and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha (KMM). are broken The prominent faces seen in the farmers’ movement last time are missing. This time Jagjit Singh Dhaliwal’s combined Kisan Morcha (Non-Political) and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha are leading the movement and both organizations were part of SKM in the past. Kisan Mazdoor Morcha is a group of 18 farmers, whose convener is Saron Singh Pandhar. Both groups include farmers from Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and UP, but the rest of the farmer leaders are missing.

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