Farmers Protest: Farmers Traveled to Delhi, Police Alert on UP-Delhi Border, Security Forces, and Barricades Deployed on the Delhi-Haryana Border

Farmers of Punjab, Haryana, and Rajasthan traveled to Delhi to protest against three new agricultural laws issued by the Central Government. Police on borders of the respective states are on the alert to prevent their entry into Delhi on Thursday. Police, border security forces, and barricades have been deployed on the Delhi-Haryana border.

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On Wednesday, the farmers confronted the police while being stopped on the Ambala highway. In the clash, around 100 farmers were arrested and section 144 has been imposed in those areas. Senior officials are monitoring the situation. The drone is also being used for surveillance.
According to the report, one lakh farmers are to go on Delhi Cooch from 26 to 28 November. The police officials have warned farmers that if this happens they will block all the routes to Delhi. Expecting the farmer’s protest on a large level, Delhi Metro has also changed its services on Thursday.

Barricades and police forces have been deployed on the Ghaziabad border. But there is no barricading on the Kondli UP border, although the police are on alert. With no barricading, the traffic on the Ghaziabad border is also running normally.

Yogendra Yadav is in Custody

Yogendra Yadav who is an activist, psephologist, and politician, called upon the farmers associated with the Kisan Morcha to march to Delhi.

Farmers, including Yogendra Yadav, have been detained near Rathiwas village, between Gurugram Pachgaon and Kapadivas. On the call of Yogendra Yadav, a large number of farmers arrived from Rajasthan and Haryana.

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