After a long struggle on the Haryana border, now farmers from Punjab have been allowed to come to Delhi. Apart from this, farmers performing on Eastern Peripheral Expressway in UP have also got permission to come to Delhi. After this, thousands of farmers are now entering the National Capital Region from different borders adjoining Delhi. The central government has said that it is ready to talk to the farmers and the farmers’ organization should end its protest right now during the Corona period.
The barricades on the border of Ambala and UP-Delhi in Haryana have been removed after the farmers were allowed to enter Delhi. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh thanked the Central Government for welcoming the decision. Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh said, ‘I welcome the Central Government to allow farmers to enter Delhi. The government should immediately start a dialogue with the farmers, so that any disputes on agricultural bills can be resolved.
Appeal to farmers to end protest
After allowing the farmers to enter Delhi, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said, ‘The government is ready to talk to the farmers on all issues. We have once again called farmers for talks on 3 December. Our appeal is that farmers should end the protest in view of the Corona period and the cold weather.
Permission to show at Burari’s Nirankari Samagam venue
Farmers who reached Delhi for demonstrations through Haryana have been allowed to perform at the Nirankari Samagam site of Burari. These farmers are entering Delhi from the Tikari border. Tight security arrangements have been made here before the farmers are admitted to Delhi. From the Ministry of Home Affairs, about 35 to 40 thousand farmers have been estimated to enter Delhi via Burari. All arrangements have been made for this.
Jam conditions seen on the way to Gurgaon
Due to the presence of farmers coming to Delhi via Haryana and UP, traffic has been diverted on all the roads. Apart from this, jammed conditions have been seen on the highway adjoining Gurgaon and Meerut on Friday, amidst the agitation by farmers.