The Delhi Site visitors Police on Friday tweeted that the Ghazipur border on NH-24 is closed for vehicular motion in view of the farmer protest. Site visitors has been diverted from NH 24, NH 9, Street no 56, 57 A, Kondli, Paper market, Telco T level, EDM Mall, Akshardham and Nizammudin Khatta. Additionally, visitors could be very heavy within the space and Vikas marg, the Delhi Site visitors Police stated.
Singhu, Auchandi, Mangesh, Saboli and Piau Maniyari borders are nonetheless shut whereas Lampur, Safiabad, Singhu college and Palla toll tax borders are open.
Site visitors has been diverted from NH44 close to DSIDC Narela. Police requested commuters to keep away from Outer Ring Street, GTK Street and NH 44.
In the meantime, heavy safety deployment continued at Singhu border on Friday the place farmers are protesting in opposition to the brand new farm legal guidelines. Moreover Delhi Police, paramilitary personnel are additionally being deployed right here to test the regulation and order state of affairs.
Singhu border is likely one of the three key protest websites the place farmers are holding demonstrations in opposition to the legal guidelines.
Earlier on Thursday, locals of practically 20 villagers gave an ultimatum to the protesters to clear the neighborhood inside 24 hours. They alleged that violence on Republic Day shamed India and people sitting at border areas are accountable.
In the meantime, farmer union leaders took out a ‘Sadbhavna rally’ from the Singhu border on Thursday to bolster a way of unity among the many protestors. A number of farmer union leaders, together with together with Balbir Singh Rajewal, Daljeet Singh Dallewal, Darshan Pal and Gurnam Singh Chaduni, who led the rally stated the march was organised to counter the forces attempting to divide the protesting farmers.
The rally comes two days after the tractor rally parade on Republic Day, which resulted in clashes between the farmers and police in several elements of the town.