Farmer Protest in Delhi: Police Force deployed at Delhi-Haryana Border
Farmer organizations have announced that they will hold an indefinite strike in Delhi against agricultural laws from 26 November.
New Delhi: The agitation by the farmers has intensified against the three new agricultural laws of the central government. Furious farmers will travel to Delhi on 26 November. Farmer organizations have announced that they will hold an indefinite strike in Delhi against agricultural laws from 26 November. Farmers of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh have prepared to protest in the country's capital.
Farmers travelled to Delhi:
The farmers of Punjab traveled to Delhi on Wednesday in protest against the agricultural laws. Farmers have left for Delhi with rations in thousands of tractor-trolleys. The Khattar government of Haryana is on alert in view of the farmers' Delhi march. To stop the farmers, the Haryana government has put its full force on the border. Barbed wire and big stones are placed on the Haryana border.
The Haryana government has increased the police tightness along the state's border with Punjab and Delhi. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has directed to seal the border area of Delhi on 26 and 27 November in view of the movement. On 27 November, farmers are preparing to make a big agitation in Delhi against agricultural laws.
The All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) has said that protests will continue in Delhi on 26 and 27 November and there has been no change. These farmer organizations say that wherever the farmers will be stopped from going to Delhi, the farmers will sit there and protest.
Heavy Police Force deployed near Delhi Border:
In Ambala on Wednesday, farmers traveled to Delhi despite heavy police. During this time the police used water showers. But the police could not succeed in stopping the farmers. In Kurukshetra also, the farmers broke the police barricades and barricades and went ahead.