Farmers' Protest: Delhi borders to remain partly closed, Security enhanced
The country's intelligence department has informed the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Delhi Police that farmers can enter the capital through any border and route.
New Delhi: Farmers who were continuously agitating against agricultural laws can now enter the Delhi border. They are currently surrounded by Delhi's borders but the intelligence agencies get info that agitating farmers can enter Delhi from Eastern Peripheral Way. In such a situation, the police has increased security.
Farmers can enter in Delhi from any border
In fact, the country's intelligence department has informed the Ministry of Home Affairs and Delhi Police that farmers can enter the capital through any border and route. Security on the borders of Delhi was increased as soon as the information was received. For this, mock was drilled on many borders.
Alert in Delhi:
It is being told that in the next two days, farmers can take out a tractor rally and parade on the Eastern Peripheral Way. During this time farmers will enter Delhi through any border. Once there is a gathering of farmers in Delhi, this can cause a lot of difficulties. The police were alerted in view of this. Security of all borders was increased. Barriers are installed everywhere.
The number of policemen on the Rajokri and Kapashera border has been increased to 60-60. Earlier these numbers were 30–30. Jersey Barriers have been placed on the Rajokari border. These are jersey barriers made of cement. Even the tractor cannot be removed. It can be removed only by means of a crane.
Checking of vehicles has been resumed by placing barricades on the routes entering New Delhi. It was loose in the middle. Checking was increased on routes going to New Delhi.