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Farmers Protest: Haryana Government Suspends Roadways Sevices for Punjab | Demonstration in Ambala, farmers clash with police; Haryana-Punjab border seal, movement on both sides

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The anger of farmers in Punjab-Haryana has erupted again on the new agriculture bill of the Central Government. On Wednesday, the police stopped the Chandigarh-Delhi highway in Ambala, which was going to encircle the central government in the capital Delhi. Due to this the angry farmers confronted the police. The police resorted to water canons to remove the protesters. The farmers have announced a demonstration in Delhi on 26 November.

In view of the demonstration, the Haryana government has sealed the Haryana-Punjab border. All roadways buses going to Haryana are banned. The state government said that as long as this movement continues, no roadways bus will go to Punjab. Arrival from Punjab to Haryana has also been banned.

15 km jam on the highway

The protesters have also blocked railway tracks at many places. Due to this, one train cancell and 7 trains have been stopped for some time. 4 trains were diverted. The Chandigarh-Delhi highway has been jammed for 15 kilometers due to the demonstration by farmers. People on the highway have been troubled for nearly 8 hours. The police are constantly trying to remove the farmers.

While trying to enter Haryana, farmers in Punjab broke the barricading.

While trying to enter Haryana, farmers in Punjab broke the barricading.

Haryana government imposed restrictions

  • Any movement has been banned by placing barricades on the Chandigarh-Delhi highway.
  • A team of Rapid Action Force has been deployed near Mohra Mandi in Ambala.
  • Police has put blockades in all districts. The main routes from Haryana to Punjab have been closed.
  • Daata Singh Wala border in Jind and Devinagar and Saddopur borders in Ambala.
  • Section 144 has been imposed in many districts including Jhajjar-Rewari. The blockade has been tightened at the horoscope border in Sonipat.
  • 5 companies of Rapid Action Force (RAF) have been deployed. They have been deployed at Sirsa, Ambala, Punjab border at Jind and Delhi border at Sonepat.
  • 14 additional police companies have also been deployed at different places.
Punjab farmers clash with police on the border.

Punjab farmers clash with police on the border.

Chief Minister asked farmers – withdraw appeal
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has appealed to the farmers to withdraw the announcement to travel to Delhi. He said that this would cause problems to the common people. The agricultural bill is in the interest of the farmers and will only benefit them.

Focus of farmers on 4 National Highways
The entire focus of farmer organizations is on the 4 Main National Highways from Haryana to Delhi. These include Ambala-Delhi, Hisar-Delhi, Rewari-Delhi, Palwal-Delhi Highway. Farmers are also likely to gather at Shambhu Border in Ambala, Mudhal Chowk in Bhiwani, Gharaunda Mandi in Karnal, Tikri Border in Bahadurgarh and Education City Rai in Sonipat. Police can divert traffic to the border points entering Punjab from Haryana in Panchkula, Ambala, Kaithal, Jind, Fatehabad and Sirsa.

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