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Haryana seals borders with Punjab as farmers assemble for ‘Delhi Chalo’ march | Gurgaon News

CHANDIGARH: Haryana on Thursday utterly sealed its borders with Punjab as farmers from the neighbouring state began assembling in massive numbers as a part of their ‘Delhi Chalo’ march to protest the Centre’s new farm legal guidelines. There was heavy deployment of Haryana police on the borders with Punjab, officers stated.
The Haryana Police in enough power has additionally been deployed alongside the state’s borders with Delhi, they stated.

The BJP authorities in Haryana had stated that it could seal its borders with Punjab on November 26-27 in view of the farmers’ march to Delhi.
The Delhi Police had on Wednesday asserted that it had rejected requests obtained from numerous farmer organisations to protest within the nationwide capital towards the Centre’s new farm legal guidelines on November 26 and 27. A day earlier, it had stated that authorized motion could be taken towards the protesting farmers if they arrive to town for any gathering amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bharatiya Kisan Union (Dakaunda) president Buta Singh Burjgill on Thursday stated farmers are prepared for their Delhi Chalo protest.
“We are ready to move towards Delhi to force the central government to scrap its black laws which are not in the interest of the farming community,” he stated.
Punjab farmers, representing over 30 farm our bodies, have introduced to go in the direction of the nationwide capital via many routes, together with Lalru, Shambhu, Patiala-Pehowa, Patran-Khanauri, Moonak-Tohana, Ratia-Fatehabad and Talwandi-Sirsa.
The farmers protesting towards the Centre’s farm legal guidelines are assembling close to Haryana borders with tractor-trolleys carrying ration and necessities for their proposed Delhi march.
They have additionally condemned the Manohar Lal Khattar authorities in Haryana for sealing the state borders.
In Haryana, police had used water cannons twice in Ambala and Kurukshetra districts on Wednesday to disperse a gaggle of protesting farmers and cease them from going to Delhi.
The Haryana authorities have additionally imposed prohibitory orders beneath Section 144 of the CrPC in a number of components of the state to forestall meeting of protesters.
Meanwhile, braving the chilly and wet situations, 1000’s of farmers spend the night time in short-term shelters and inside their tractor trollies.
Farmer our bodies stated they are going to maintain a dharna wherever stopped from shifting in the direction of the nationwide capital.
Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ekta-Ugarhan) normal secretary Sukhdev Singh Kokrikalan has stated round 25,000 girls will take part within the protest march and over 4,000 tractor-trailers have been organized for it.
The BKU (Ekta-Ugrahan) has claimed that over two lakh farmers related with it’ll enter Haryana via Khanauri and Dabwali.
Farmers have introduced ration, greens, wooden and different necessities for their march. In view of chilly climate situations, they’ve stocked quilts, blankets and lined their trolleys with tarpaulin.
Haryana Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Gurnam Singh Charuni had stated on Wednesday that “even if police use lathis and force, nothing can stop farmers”.
“We will continue our march towards Delhi. We will force the Centre to roll back these black anti-farmer laws,” he stated.
Videography, together with utilizing drone cameras, is being finished on the state borders with Punjab and different delicate factors.
The Haryana Police has additionally put up multi-layered barricades and boulders on the roads from Punjab, officers stated.
Earlier on Tuesday, an in depth advisory was issued by the Haryana Police, urging commuters to change their journey plans in view of the farmers protest march.
Asserting that farmers from Punjab won’t be allowed to enter the state, police stated they’ve deployed water cannons and riot automobiles on the state borders.
Opposition Congress in Haryana has slammed the BJP-led authorities for allegedly making an attempt to muzzle the voice of farmers.



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