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What is the situation on the borders of Delhi after 2 days of violence? Police deployment increased

2 days after the violence in Delhi, a large number of people are demonstrating on the Singhu border. The protesters claim that these people are local people and after what happened on 26 January, they do not want the farmers to protest here. People are raising the slogan ‘Empty border’.

After the violence that took place during the tractor rally in Delhi on Republic Day, 3 farmers’ organizations have separated from the farmers movement so far. Annoyed by the violence, two peasant organizations ended their agitation on Wednesday, and today on Thursday, another organization broke away from the agitation. On many borders, locals are demanding to free up space.




The Rashtriya Mazdoor Kisan Sangathan and the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) ended their protest after the violence on Wednesday itself, while today the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Lok Shakti) announced to end their agitation.

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A large number of people are performing on the Singhu border. The protesters claim that these people are local people and after what happened on 26 January, they do not want the farmers to protest here. People are raising the slogan ‘Empty border’. People carrying the tricolor in their hands are demonstrating ‘Hindustan will not bear insult to the tricolor’, demanding to empty the border. Ghazipur Border: Demand to empty the highway

The deployment of police on the Ghazipur border is constantly increasing. Although people’s performance continues. It is visible in many places that the morale of the farmers has reduced. Tents are becoming less. The number of people is decreasing. Local villagers are demanding to vacate the highway. Rakesh Tikait, the farmer leader present on the border, has been given notice by the Delhi Police. It has been given 3 days to respond to the notice.




Stop and go at the ticking border

The ticking border has been banned from the movement of common people. Common people are also being asked to use another route to reach their destination. Police has converted this area into a police camp. A large number of security personnel have been deployed in the area. Several companies of paramilitary forces have been deployed.

Earlier, the demonstration of Bharatiya Kisan Union Lok Shakti released near the Dalit Prerna Sthal of Noida has now ended. This union was agitated for almost two months. Last night, all the protesting farmers got up from here.

Parvesh Maurya
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