Farmers Protest Live Updates: Delhi Police asks Kejriwal government to allow stadiums to be made temporary jails, protesting farmers will be kept there


Farmers Protest Today Live News Updates: Farmers’ protest against agricultural law continues on Friday. After stopping on the highway at the toll plaza in Panipat, Haryana, the farmers traveled back to Delhi on Friday morning. A 45-year-old farmer in Rohtak died in a road accident this morning. Regarding this, the farmers union blamed the barricading imposed by the Haryana government and created a ruckus. The farmers union also sought a compensation of Rs 20 lakh for the family of the deceased.

Explain that due to the farmers’ journey, the Delhi Police has increased the security along the border with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. On the Singhu border, the police also had to release tear gas shells to disperse the protesters. The police have made arrangements for the barren enclosures to the water canon here. However, despite this, about 50 thousand farmers have plans to reach the Delhi border by evening. Metro services running in Delhi-NCR will be canceled on Friday due to farmer agitation.

The Delhi Chalo movement of farmers is continuously increasing in protest against agricultural laws. The farmers who stayed on the Panipat border asked, are we terrorists? Who can stop us from going inside the capital of the country? Said that we will reach Delhi in any case. On being stopped from going to Delhi, social worker Medha Patkar sat on a dharna at the Agra-Dholpur border on Thursday. He is also accompanied by about 500 farmers. He said that we cannot bear the excess of police.

Farmers of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab are holding a ‘Delhi Chalo’ rally in protest against agricultural laws. The march has been organized by the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee, National Kisan Mahasangh, and Bharatiya Kisan Union. The Delhi Police has said that farmers’ demonstrations will not be allowed. Thus, many borders of the capital were sealed and heavy security forces were deployed.

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