Farmer Protest / Farmers will try to enter Haryana today - Police preparing to take strict action

Vikrant Shekhawat : Feb 14, 2024, 08:40 AM
Farmer Protest: Today is the second day of farmers' 'Dilli Chalo' march. The protesting farmers are standing with tractor trolley at Punjab-Haryana Shambhu border. The farmers remained at the border throughout the night. Tear gas shells were also released to disperse the farmers at night. Haryana Police says that farmers will not be given entry into the state under any circumstances. Meanwhile, concrete arrangements have been made to stop the farmers in Delhi-NCR. As Delhi Police prepares to stop protesting farmers from entering the national capital, a senior officer on Tuesday instructed security personnel that they "do not need to be defensive" if the agitators show aggression.

Security tightened at Tikri border

In view of the farmers' protest, security arrangements have been tightened at Tikri border. To stop the farmers, the police have made many other arrangements including barbed wire, containers.

Delhi Police checking continues

In view of the farmers' protest, Delhi Police checked vehicles at many places at night. In Rajinder Nagar, the police allowed the vehicles to move ahead only after checking.

Use of tear gas even at night

Police also used tear gas at night to disperse protesting farmers at the Haryana-Punjab Shambhu border. The farmers have announced to continue their march towards the national capital. Farmers say that they will go to Delhi under any circumstances.

This is how police will stop farmers at Ghazipur border

Latest picture of security arrangements at Ghazipur border in the morning. In fact, the farmers have announced to continue their march towards the national capital. Apart from barricades, barbed wire and sharp nails have also been laid on the road to stop the farmers.

Police will stop farmers at Tikri border like this

More concrete is being poured between concrete slabs at the Tikri border to strengthen the border on the second day of the farmers' march towards the national capital Delhi.

Farmer 200 km away from Delhi

They have been standing at the Punjab-Haryana Shambhu border, 200 km from Delhi, since night. Today once again farmers will try to enter Haryana. Meanwhile, Haryana Police said that it will not allow any protesters to enter the state.