Bahadurgarh. The Delhi Police has almost sealed the Tikri and Jhadoda borders. Until the evening, only one lane was in operation and no vehicle was allowed to cross the border without being checked. DCP Jimmy Chiram also took stock of the agreements on Monday. During this time we flew 3 drones to monitor the situation at the border. According to police officials, both borders will be completely closed with barricades on Tuesday, February 13. In such a situation, drivers can only enter Delhi through alternative routes.
Delhi Police is ready to stop entry into the capital
To prevent farmers from entering the national capital, six ACPs of Delhi Police have been deployed at the Tikri border. In addition, 50 of the 150 reserve police officers were already on duty on Monday morning. 20 companies of paramilitary forces were requested. By Monday, three CRPF contingents had arrived. A squad is known to contain 70 to 100 soldiers. The police have taken very strict precautions to prevent farmers from crossing the border. Here, CCTV cameras have been installed on the pillars of the subway rail.
Five-tier security system at Tikri border
Five-tier security arrangements have been made at the Tikri border. In addition to high-quality cameras, a sound system was also installed. The Delhi Police has also set up its tents for system administration. In addition, the road from Delhi to Bahadurgarh was narrowed by barricades. Barricades and containers were also set up in front of the adjacent streets. Barricades equipped with barbed wire were erected on other routes to Delhi. Small and large barricades made of cement and concrete were erected at Tikri and Jhadoda borders. In addition, large iron containers were also brought and placed on the street. Furthermore, there are hills full of earth on the Jharoda border. The Haryana Police also seems ready.
Barricading also at Bahadurgarh Sector 9 curve
Barricades have been put up at Sector 9 corner of Bahadurgarh. Vehicle routes will be rerouted. The Haryana Police has deployed 11 police companies in Jhajjar district. There are also rehearsals for police officers. The police and district administration say they are well prepared for the farmers’ movement. But now we have to wait for the farmers to get here. If the farmers manage to move forward by breaking similar agreements on the Punjab border, this Delhi Police exercise too could prove weak.