Farmers protest against Kisan Bill continues. Sand trucks and water-splashing trains were deployed along the Singhu border (Delhi-Haryana border). Barbed wire fences were also erected. Nevertheless, two groups of farmers approached the Singhu and Tikri border.
Farmers protest against Kisan Bill continues. Despite tight security arrangements, teams of farmers from Punjab reached the two borders of Delhi on Friday morning, breaking the police barricade in Haryana. Farmers call for ‘Delhi Chalo’ march against Centre’s agricultural laws
Delhi Police had stepped up deployment of security personnel on Thursday, and sand-filled trucks and water-splashing vehicles were deployed along the Singhu border (Delhi-Haryana border) to prevent protesters from entering the city. Also, barbed wire fencing was erected. Nevertheless, two groups of farmers approached the Singhhu and Tikri border and the Delhi police released tear gas shells to prevent them from entering the city.
One farmer killed in a road accident in Bhiwani, Haryana. The accident occurred when a tractor trolley crashed. 40-year-old farmer Tanna Singh was killed in the accident. Tanna Singh is said to be a resident of Mansa Thana Chanir (Punjab), a district of Punjab. The farmers did not allow the police to take possession of the bodies. Heavy police force is deployed on the spot.
Delhi Police has asked the Delhi government for 9 stadia. The stadium was sought to be a temporary jail. Those arrested in the Kisan agitation will be kept.
“We will intensify the agitation as there is no other way out,” said Rakesh Tikat, national spokesperson of Bharatiya Kisan Union. The government should communicate now. Pm talk to the farmers themselves and assure them that MSP will not be over. Write it in the bill. The farmer is burning and the dialogue will be on December 3, it is wrong. Now we will have a road jam in Muzaffarnagar and a further decision will be taken on the situation ahead of Haryana,” says farmers who are running tear gas shells, no listening to farmers.
The Delhi-Gurugram border is witnessing a long jam. Police are checking vehicles in the wake of farmers’ agitation. A large number of CISF personnel are deployed on the border.
– There was a conversation between farmers and police on the Singhu border. The police tried to convince the farmers. Farmers said they would perform peacefully. At The Singhu border, police fired tear gas shells to disperse a crowd of farmers. Farmers have started arriving at the Singhu border. This morning, the farmers proceeded to break the Sonipat barricade . 30-40 farmers arrived at The Singhu Border. Today there is double barkeding on the Singhu border.
6 metro stations closed
Delhi Metro to go to NCR from the capital today but will not enter the Delhi border. Additional security forces are deployed at all stations. Delhi Metro (DMRC) has stopped entry-exit at 6 metro stations on the Green Line route. Brigadier Hoshiar Singh Station, Bahadargarh City, Pandit Sriram Sharma Station, Tikri Border, Tikri Kalan and Ghevra stations on the Green Line Metro route in Delhi have been stopped.