January 19, 2022

Farmers Protest Aginst Farm Bill 2020, Delhi Haryana Border, Burari Ground, Amit Shah – Farmers Protest: Farmers turned down the proposal of Home Minister, refused to go to Nirankari Ground, stayed on the border


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On the call of Delhi Chalo March, farmers who came from other states besides Punjab-Haryana, sat and camped on the borders of Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur on Sunday. The farmers have rejected the proposal of Home Minister Amit Shah after the meetings of the farmers’ organizations till noon.

On Saturday evening, the Home Minister had told the farmers that first he reached Nirankari Ground, Burari. After this, they will be discussed. After the midday meeting, the farmers refused to leave the border. However, the Delhi Police had requested to clear the border. For this, problems related to common people were cited. But the farmers clearly say that they will not go back till the government withdraws the agricultural laws.

On the other hand, on Sunday, some farmers tried to enter the capital from the second border of Delhi. In view of this, a security alert was issued on all the borders including the New Delhi area. Five-six farmers had also managed to reach the Punjab Bhawan C-Hexagon in the morning, but the New Delhi Police detained everyone and rescued the Nirankari Ground Burari. On the Tikri and Singhu border, there was a situation like tension on Sunday evening.

On the call of Delhi Chalo March, the number of farmers has started increasing on Tikri and Singhu Border. Gradually, farmers coming from states other than Punjab and Haryana have started gathering here. In support of these farmers, about 250 to 300 farmers from many districts of western Uttar Pradesh are under the Ghazipur NH-9 bridge under the leadership of Rakesh Tiket.

Rakesh Ticket says that he is with the farmer brothers from Punjab and Haryana and they should be allowed to go to Ramlila Ground. The first layer of barricade was broken by a group of farmers at Ghazipur border around 1.15 pm. But the security forces pushed them back. A clear message has been given to the farmers by the Delhi Police that if they have to keep their word, they will have to go to Nirankari Ground Burari.

Apart from this, no one is allowed to go anywhere in Delhi. Farmers are also constantly saying that if their demands are not met in the coming days, they will close the whole of Delhi, besides laying siege to Parliament House. The police are constantly trying to convince the farmers.

Shortly before the Singhu border, the farmers tried to enter Delhi from Narela by another route, but the police stopped the farmers there. Police officials say that they are getting information that now farmers will make small groups and try to enter the capital and gather. In view of such apprehensions, Tilak Nagar, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi area has been asked to remain alert.

It is also being monitored that gurudwaras should not take shelter anywhere. Here, due to the closure of the Tikri and Singhu borders of the farmers, the people coming from Haryana to Delhi have arrived. Not only is the jam in Delhi, but in Haryana, there is a long jam up to 20 kilometers from the Tikari border towards Rohtak. Delhi Police has diverted the drivers going to Tikri and Singhu border on the other side. About 20 to 25 farmers from Rajasthan reached Rajokri border with their own trains. The police took them into custody and left them in Nirankari Maidan.

On Sunday, there was a stir in the whole of New Delhi after the farmers reached India Gate. In a hurry, investigation was started by applying pickets on all the routes coming to New Delhi. No one from the bagger investigation was allowed to enter the New Delhi district. Police forces were deployed especially around Jantar Mantar, India Gate, Vijay Chowk, Parliament House. Police officials say that any farmer who reaches New Delhi will be left Nirankari building. Section-144 is also engaged in New Delhi.

Farmers reach Nirankari Ground in case of confusion, go to border or stay here, cannot understand
The number of farmers in Nirankari Ground increased slightly on Sunday. Farmers from Uttarakhand and other states arrived here. The number of security forces was increased as a precaution. Senior police officers stayed here. Police was beefed up at the entry and exit gates. At the same time, officers, MLAs and party members from the Delhi government, Aam Aadmi Party and Congress stayed here. The farmers sitting in Nirankari Gount are in a state of confusion, they do not understand whether to stop the Nirankari Ground or go to the border.

Already guarded at the border …
After stopping the farmers along the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders, they are trying to enter Delhi through other routes. In addition to these borders, the police has also included Delhi-Gurugram border, Delhi-Faridabad border, Kapashera border, Dhansa border, Kalindikunj, Mayur Vihar-Chilla border, DND border, Anand Vihar, Noida-Mayur Vihar border, Seemapuri, Bhopura, Loni Security has been tightened on the rest of the border in Delhi. Additional security forces along with local police have been deployed at other important places including Ramlila Ground. Senior police officers themselves are posted at their respective district borders.

On the call of Delhi Chalo March, farmers who came from other states besides Punjab-Haryana, sat and camped on the borders of Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur on Sunday. The farmers have rejected the proposal of Home Minister Amit Shah after the meetings of the farmers’ organizations till noon.

On Saturday evening, the Home Minister had told the farmers that first he reached Nirankari Ground, Burari. After this, they will be discussed. After the midday meeting, the farmers refused to leave the border. However, the Delhi Police had requested to clear the border. For this, problems related to common people were cited. But the farmers clearly say that they will not go back till the government withdraws the agricultural laws.

On the other hand, on Sunday, some farmers tried to enter the capital from the second border of Delhi. In view of this, a security alert was issued on all the borders including the New Delhi area. Five-six farmers had also managed to reach the Punjab Bhawan C-Hexagon in the morning, but the New Delhi Police detained everyone and rescued the Nirankari Ground Burari. On the Tikri and Singhu border, there was a situation like tension on Sunday evening. On the call of Delhi Chalo March, the number of farmers has started increasing on Tikri and Singhu Border. Gradually, farmers coming from states other than Punjab and Haryana have started gathering here. In support of these farmers, about 250 to 300 farmers from many districts of western Uttar Pradesh are under the Ghazipur NH-9 bridge under the leadership of Rakesh Tiket.

Rakesh Ticket says that he is with the farmer brothers from Punjab and Haryana and they should be allowed to go to Ramlila Ground. The first layer of barricade was broken by a group of farmers at Ghazipur border around 1.15 pm. But the security forces pushed them back. A clear message has been given to the farmers by the Delhi Police that if they have to keep their word, they will have to go to Nirankari Ground Burari.

Apart from this, no one is allowed to go anywhere in Delhi. Farmers are also constantly saying that if their demands are not met in the coming days, they will close the whole of Delhi, besides laying siege to Parliament House. The police are constantly trying to convince the farmers.

Shortly before the Singhu border, the farmers tried to enter Delhi from Narela by another route, but the police stopped the farmers there. Police officials say that they are getting information that now farmers will make small groups and try to enter the capital and gather. In view of such apprehensions, Tilak Nagar, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi area has been asked to remain alert.

It is also being monitored that gurudwaras should not take shelter anywhere. Here, due to the closure of the Tikri and Singhu borders of the farmers, the people coming from Haryana to Delhi have arrived. Not only is the jam in Delhi, but in Haryana, there is a long jam up to 20 kilometers from the Tikari border towards Rohtak. Delhi Police has diverted the drivers going to Tikri and Singhu border on the other side. About 20 to 25 farmers from Rajasthan reached Rajokri border with their own trains. The police took them into custody and left them in Nirankari Maidan.

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