Farmer Protest: Metro won’t run from NCR to Delhi tomorrow, DMRC advisory continues

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According to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), the metro will not run from NCR like Delhi on tomorrow or Friday. However, the metro will be operated on the Delhi to NCR route.



new Delhi. The police is on alert mode against the new agricultural laws of the central government in the national capital Delhi on November 26 and 27 in the wake of the farmers’ movement of Delhi, Haryana and Punjab called ‘Farmer Movement’. Delhi Metro has also issued advisory under this. According to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), the metro will not run from NCR like Delhi on tomorrow or Friday. However, the metro will be operated on the Delhi to NCR route. At the same time, the agitation of the farmers protesting against the three agricultural laws has intensified. A large number of farmers from Punjab and Haryana (Farmers Protest) are moving towards the borders of Delhi. However, to prevent farmers from entering Delhi, the police and administration have also geared up. On the borders of Delhi, a large number of police personnel have been deployed.

The Delhi Police has put a Kovid-19 banner on the outskirts of outer Delhi in view of the corona epidemic. It clearly states that no demonstration is allowed. Action will be taken if it is violated. Another way to demonstrate the performance of the farmers is that the Delhi Police has adopted that the checking of all vehicles entering Delhi has suddenly intensified. Papers are being stopped by stopping vehicles at the border and the reason is being asked. Only after this entry is being given in Delhi.



Bundles of barbed wire have been brought to the protestors on the Delhi Police Delhi border, which will be tied in front of the barricades. So that if the tractor or other vehicles hit the barricades during the fierce demonstration of the farmers, their tire will get punctured. Let us tell you that farmers of many states of the country including Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh are protesting against the new agricultural laws brought by the central government. Thousands of farmers coming through Haryana and UP have planned to hold demonstrations at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar on 26 and 27 November, which the Delhi Police is alert to stop. This is the reason that the police are adopting new strategies to stop the farmers so that they can be prevented from coming to the national capital.

 

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