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In Haryana, farmers again brave tear gas, water cannons | Gurgaon News

CHANDIGARH/SONIPAT/AMBALA: Farmers marched by means of Haryana again on Friday, breaking barricades as they confronted water cannons and tear fuel at varied district border factors throughout the state.
The Haryana police again sealed the borders in Ambala for over half-a-day at Shambhu on NH-44 and Sadopur on NH-152. Heavy police drive was deputed at each borders and tons of of protesting farmers began gathering on the barricades demanding a peaceable entry.
Protesters breached all boundaries and crossed: IGP
The Haryana police officers requested the farmers to return to Punjab, saying they might not be allowed to maneuver in direction of Delhi. Soon, the protestors gathered in massive numbers and began eradicating police barricades with drive to clear their passage.
The police resorted to using tear fuel shells and water cannons to disperse the gathering for about two hours, however the farmers managed to breach the barricades on the bridge of Ghaggar river on NH-44 close to Shambhu. In a confrontation with the police, the protestors additionally pelted stones and threw the police barricades into the Ghaggar and outnumbered them to march in direction of Delhi.
Similar barricades have been laid by police close to Teora-Teori villages on NH in Kurukshetra district however no confrontation befell at this spot on the day. Farmers linked to BKU (Ekta Ugrahan) additionally broke by means of police barricades at Khanauri and Dabwali border factors between Punjab and Haryana and activists of Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee (KMSC) additionally started their march to Delhi from Amritsar on Friday. Around 50,000 farmers from Punjab entered Haryana together with round 10,000 autos from Data Singh Wala border in Patiala district.
All Haryana Police barricades have been lifted by late Friday afternoon and visitors was allowed to run after the Delhi police relented and allowed the farmers to enter and assemble on the Nirankari grounds close to Burari in north Delhi.
The Delhi police used tear fuel and water cannons to stop the farmers from getting into the nationwide capital from the Singhu border. There have been clashes at Tikri border.
“Since Delhi has permitted them to enter and we received the orders to open up so we have lifted all barricades. Some confrontation took place at Shambhu as 500-600 people had gone and we tried to stop them for about two hours. But ultimately they breached the barricades and crossed,” Ambala vary inspector normal of police (IGP) Y Puran Kumar stated.

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