Demonstration site turned into fort: iron spikes on the roads, barbed wire, iron rods were placed between the cement blockers

New Delhi, Feb 2 (Language) Heavy security like multiple level blockers, iron nails on roads, barbed wire, iron rods between cement blockers, deployment of DTC buses, and additional security personnel in and around the demonstration sites of farmers. Arrangements have been made. Security measures have been tightened at the protest sites a few days after the violent clash between protesters and police during the tractor parade of farmers on Republic Day. 394 security personnel were injured in this violence. Even the media persons covering this movement are finding it difficult to reach the protest venues as they first have to go through a checkup and then several levels of blocking arrangement. 

Pawan Khatana, president of BKU’s Uttar Pradesh unit on Ghazipur border, said, “The movement is always in trouble, What movement takes place comfortably. ”The Ghazipur border has now been transformed into a high security fortress. Khatana said that so far supporters from Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand have come to Ghazipur while some people from states like Maharashtra, Karnataka and Bihar have also arrived. The chief of BKU’s Meerut region said, “But what does this security arrangement of the government mean?” 

Many levels of barrier system, iron nails, barbed wire on the roads all around us. Forget humans, no one even keeps animals like this. “A large number of Delhi Police personnel along with paramilitary forces have been deployed at Singhu Border and many level barriers have been put in place.” Palvinder Singh, a farmer from Amritsar, Punjab, said, “The government banned the Internet and closed roads with concrete dividers so that the public does not get information about the demonstration and no one comes here.” Food and water supply are as good as before. Cleanliness is also common. 

During the inspection of policemen on Singhu Border on Monday, workers were seen placing iron rods between two queues of cement blockers to limit the movement of protesters protesting against the new agricultural laws. Another part of this Delhi-Haryana border has now been closed as a temporary wall of cement has been erected. The Delhi Traffic Police has suggested the use of alternate routes for the closure and movement of borders on Twitter. Security has also been increased on the Delhi-Ghazipur border, where farmers have been protesting against agricultural laws for more than two months. 

Delhi Police tweeted, The Ghazipur border is closed. Traffic from NH-24, NH 9, Road No 56, 57A, Kondli, Paper Market, Telco Tea Point, EDM Mall, Akshardham and Nizamuddin Khatta has been diverted. The development route, IP extension, has more traffic on NH-24. Passengers are advised to move through the other border. ”According to the police, the Delhi-Ghazipur border is closed to traffic due to farmers’ demonstrations. Travelers are suggested to take the route to Anand Vihar, Chilla, DND, Apsara, Bhopura, and Loni Border.

Traffic police said in another tweet, “Singhu, Saboli, Piyau Maniyari borders are closed. Auchandi, Lampur, Safiabad, Singhu School, and Palla toll tax border are open. Use alternative routes. “Police has also diverted traffic from National Highway-44 and passengers have to go to the outer ring road, It is advised to avoid GTK and NH-44. Commissioner of Delhi Police SN Srivastava and other senior police officers visited the Ghazipur border on Monday and took stock of the security arrangements. Security at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border will be further strengthened as farmers from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand are trying to come here after the passionate appeal of Rakesh Tikait, leader of the Bharatiya Kisan Union.

Drones are also being resorted to keep an eye on the protesters. Farmers from Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand are trying to come here. Drones are also being resorted to keep an eye on the protesters. Farmers from Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand are trying to come here. Drones are also being resorted to keep an eye on the protesters.

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