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Seven kilometers of jam jammed on the Singhu border due to the demonstration of farmers

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| Updated: 28 Nov 2020, 02:08:00 PM

Sonepat, Nov 28 (PTI) Thousands of farmers have been frozen on the Singhu border for the last 24 hours on the way to Delhi to protest against the three agricultural laws implemented by the Center, which has caused a jam of nearly seven kilometers. At the same time, farmers gathered on the border will meet in the afternoon and decide the strategy. Haryana and Delhi Police have barred farmers from entering Delhi after heavy barricading. However, the government has allowed the demonstration at Nirankari Maidan in Burari, Delhi, but the farmer is not ready to go there and

Sonepat, Nov 28 (PTI) Thousands of farmers have been frozen on the Singhu border for the last 24 hours on the way to Delhi to protest against the three agricultural laws implemented by the Center, which has caused a jam of nearly seven kilometers. At the same time, farmers gathered on the border will meet in the afternoon and decide the strategy. Haryana and Delhi Police have barred farmers from entering Delhi after heavy barricading. Although the government has allowed a demonstration at Nirankari Maidan in Burari, Delhi, the farmer is not ready to go there and is frozen on the border. Due to the farmers’ strike, about seven kilometers long jam from National Highway No-44 to Singhu Rai twentieth mile from Chau to the border has been blocked. Due to this vehicles coming from Panipat are stuck in jam. In view of the jam, the police is diverting vehicles coming from Panipat towards Sonipat and Khevada. Apart from this, the police have blocked the vehicles from going towards the border by putting a block on the twenty-ninth square. Due to the queues of trucks, the twentieth mile has been jammed from Shukh to Singhu border. Trucks filled with fruits and vegetables and food grains are also stranded on the GT road. Due to the jam, the daily commuters are also facing a lot of trouble, they are forced to go on foot. At the same time, farmers sitting on the road with hookah and other accessories are planning a strategy. Farmers burnt effigies of 11 Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the morning and shouted slogans against the government. The farmers have demanded that the representative of the government come to the border and listen to their words and fulfill their demands.

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