Authorities Fortify Delhi and Haryana Borders, Imposing Section 144 Ahead of Farmers’ ‘Delhi Chalo’ March
Delhi and Haryana government have reinforced border safety with concrete blocks, street spike barriers, and barbed wires to discourage farmers from coming into.
The Delhi Police has enforced Section one hundred forty four inside the capital, prohibiting assemblies, rallies, and processions, and restricting the entry of tractors, trolleys, and hazardous materials earlier than the February 13 farmers’ march.
Citing potential tensions and public protection dangers, the police expressed issues over farmers the use of tractors on Delhi roads without permission, leading to potential dangers.
Under Section 144, street blockages, processions, and gatherings of greater than five individuals are prohibited within Delhi’s limits, with strict bans on firearms and dangerous materials.
All vehicular visitors from neighboring Haryana and Uttar Pradesh will face rigorous inspection, warned the police, with violators facing crook prosecution.
Concrete boundaries, spike obstacles, and barbed wires were erected at borders to thwart farmers planning to march to Delhi, with over two hundred unions predicted to take part.
Stringent traffic restrictions and multiplied security measures are in region at Singhu, Ghazipur, and Tikri borders beforehand of the March 13 demonstration, with over five,000 safety personnel deployed along cranes and earthmovers to dam roads.