After the violence on the Red Fort on 26 January, the Delhi Police has done a lot of barricading at the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur border to prevent the farmers from coming to Delhi. There are barbed wire and spikes on the roads.
- Priyanka Gandhi targets central government
- Allegations of intimidation of farmers by raising fear, Center tightened
- Delhi Police builds 20-layer security cordon at border
All three new farm laws On demand to withdraw Farmers Protest In progress. Meanwhile, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Has targeted the central government by sharing a photo of several level security sieges carried out by the police on the border of Delhi and asked why do they intimidate by showing a wall of fear? On social media, he shared a picture of barricading of several layers of the Delhi border, writing, ‘Why do you scare the wall of fear?’
After the violence on the Red Fort on 26 January, the Delhi Police has done a lot of barricading at the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur border to prevent the farmers from coming to Delhi. There are barbed wire and spikes on the roads. In many places, the police has prepared a 20-level security ring.
Kisan Andolan LIVE Updates: ‘Chakka jam’ of food providers continues across the country, farmers shut down the Palwal highway
Here, farmers have given a call for chakka jam across the country today to protest against agricultural laws. This jam has been done between 12 noon and 3 pm. In view of this, Delhi Police has made heavy security arrangements in Delhi. 50,000 policemen and para military forces personnel have been deployed throughout Delhi-NCR. Police is monitoring the border area with drone cameras.
Government’s attitude towards farmers’ performance unfavorable and confrontational: 75 former bureaucrats said
Not only this, 10 stations of Delhi Metro have been closed due to precautionary security. Entry and exit have been stopped there. However, farmers had already made it clear that there will be no traffic jam in Delhi, UP and Uttarakhand.