November 29, 2021

Agitating Farmers May Enter In Delhi Secyrity Tightened – Agitating farmers can come to Delhi, intensive checking on all borders, enhanced security


Amar Ujala Network, New Delhi
Updated Sat, 12 Dec 2020 05:10 AM IST

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Agitated farmers protesting against new agricultural laws can enter Delhi today. All borders have been tightened after intelligence input. Entry will be possible only after intensive checking and security has been increased.

On the other hand, security was again increased on the Badarpur border on Friday morning after the information of large number of farmers coming to Delhi from Cama-Palwal. Every vehicle coming from Faridabad was checked to see if there are farmers among them. Apart from this, the farmers of Noonh, Mewat were also reported to have traveled towards Delhi, due to which the number of policemen posted at Rajaokari border of Aya Nagar and NH-8 were increased.

A senior South East official said that on Thursday night it was reported that a large number of farmers from Rajasthan’s Cama under the leadership of social activist Medha Patkar are traveling in Delhi in a tractor-trolley. After this, a large number of police was deployed on the Badarpur border. Senior police officers reached the border on Friday morning.

However, there are already barricades with barbed wire, jersey barrier, container, dumper and water canon. Checking of vehicles coming from Faridabad started here from morning itself. Due to the stoppage of the vehicle, there was a jam towards Faridabad. The policemen stopped checking when the jam became prolonged.

Another Delhi Police official said that there was also information about the arrival of farmers from Noonh, Mewat. Therefore, the number of policemen was also increased at Aya Nagar and Rajokari border. More than 100 policemen and paramilitary personnel were stationed in Aya Nagar. 120 policemen were deployed along the Rajokari border. Here too, vehicles coming from Gurugram were being checked.

Due to this, the carriageway coming from Gurugram to Delhi was jammed towards Gurugram. Dumper filled with mud was also erected here, so that if the farmers try to enter Delhi with tractor-trolley, then the dumper is stopped on the middle road. However, farmers did not reach these borders by evening.

Agitated farmers protesting against new agricultural laws can enter Delhi today. All borders have been tightened after intelligence input. Entry will be possible only after intensive checking and security has been increased.

On the other hand, security was again increased on the Badarpur border on Friday morning after the information of large number of farmers coming to Delhi from Cama-Palwal. Every vehicle coming from Faridabad was checked to see if there are farmers among them. Apart from this, the farmers of Noonh, Mewat were also reported to have traveled to Delhi, due to which the number of policemen posted at Rajaokari border of Aya Nagar and NH-8 were increased.

A senior South East official said that on Thursday night it was reported that a large number of farmers from Rajasthan’s Cama under the leadership of social activist Medha Patkar are traveling in Delhi in a tractor-trolley. After this, a large number of police was deployed on the Badarpur border. Senior police officers reached the border on Friday morning. However, there are already barricades with barbed wire, jersey barrier, container, dumper and water canon. Checking of vehicles coming from Faridabad started here from morning itself. Due to the stoppage of the vehicle, there was a jam towards Faridabad. The policemen stopped checking when the jam became prolonged.

Another Delhi Police official said that there was also information about the arrival of farmers from Noonh, Mewat. Therefore, the number of policemen was also increased at Aya Nagar and Rajokari border. More than 100 policemen and paramilitary personnel were stationed in Aya Nagar. 120 policemen were deployed along the Rajokari border. Here too, vehicles coming from Gurugram were being checked.

Due to this, the carriageway coming from Gurugram to Delhi was jammed towards Gurugram. Dumper filled with mud was also erected here, so that if the farmers try to enter Delhi with tractor-trolley, then the dumper is stopped on the middle road. However, farmers did not reach these borders by evening.


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