New Delhi: Demonstration of farmers march to Delhi has raged on the Ambala-Patiala border. Here the farmers have uprooted the barricading, after which water canon being used on the farmers, tear gas shells are released. At the same time, the anger of the farmers increased so much that they threw the barricades into the river and also threw stones at the police. Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Congress spokesperson RS Surjewala have attacked the Modi government at the Center.
Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “All the three farming bills of the central government are anti-farmer. Instead of withdrawing this bill, farmers are being prevented from making peaceful demonstrations, running water canons on them. This crime is absolutely wrong on farmers.” . Peaceful demonstrations are his constitutional right. “
Congress spokesperson RS Surjewala tweeted, “To stop the farmers going to Delhi in a Gandhian manner with their justified demands in the midst of severe cold and running water canon is a living proof of the dictatorship of the Modi-Khattar government. Regarding opposition to the farming bills. Our full support is with the farmers. Modi government regains consciousness! “
Explain that today the farmers are preparing to gheraod Delhi in protest against the agricultural laws, but the Delhi Police has not allowed the demonstration. On the other hand, Haryana has also sealed its borders, but the farmers are not ready to listen to anyone. Farmers are marching towards Delhi, special arrangements have been made to stop them.
In view of the Delhi Chalo March, the police has intensified vigor on the border. Checking was started from Tuesday night on all the borders to prevent the farmers from entering the capital, while paramilitary forces were also deployed along the Sonepat Delhi (Singhu) border and paramilitary troops have also been deployed along with Delhi Police. Barricading has been done on the major routes along the Delhi border. Police say the farmers have not been allowed to protest in Delhi. In such a situation, the farmers should not come to Delhi.
Haryana government has also sealed the boundaries of the state. On the other hand, on the Amritsar-Delhi highway, the situation was known for three hours due to the uproar of farmers. In the afternoon, a large number of farmers traveled from Mohra Mandi to Delhi under the leadership of state president of Indian Farmers Union, Gurnam Singh Chaduni. The police used cold water showers in winter to stop them, but to no effect. The arrangements of Ambala and Kurukshetra Police to stop the farmers of Haryana from Delhi traveled failed.