Farmers Protest Updates: Punjab Police found helpless against farmers’ movement, Haryana sealed all borders

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Farmers Protest Updates: Punjab Police found helpless against farmers’ movement, Haryana sealed all borders

Farmers march on Delhi:Today, February 13, farmers are marching to Delhi for their demands. After their arrival in Delhi, the farmers want to protest against the central government. Haryana Police is on alert over the farmers’ protest, but if we talk about Punjab Police, they seem helpless against the farmers. For this reason, the protesters will be allowed to enter Haryana without any hassle. In view of the recent situation, the Haryana government has sealed all borders related to Punjab.

The Haryana government asked the Center for a security contingent

With the increasing number of farmers coming from Punjab, the Haryana Police’s problems seem to be increasing. The Haryana government, which was already on alert, had asked the central government for a security contingent to take strict action against those creating unrest under the guise of agitation. At the same time, no security contingent was deployed in Punjab. However, police officers can be seen on some parts of the highway keeping an eye on the situation. In Punjab, farmers pull tractor-trailers in front of the police headquarters.

Punjab CM had already announced

Let us tell you that Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann has already made it clear that there should be no farmers’ movement but their demands should also be met. It is noteworthy that the Lok Sabha elections are imminent. In such a situation, the Punjab government does not want to upset the farmers at any cost. That is why the ruling parties Aam Aadmi Party, Akali and Congress are also on the side of the farmers.

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However, multi-level security arrangements have been made at Haryana’s borders bordering Punjab. Farmers on the Shambhu border in Haryana are keen to march to Delhi. Police fired tear gas shells to stop farmers at Shambhu border.


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