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Enhanced safety for the duration of farmers’ ongoing protest in opposition to the new farm

Enhanced safety for the duration of farmers’ ongoing protest in opposition to the new farm guidelines, at Singhu border in New Delhi, Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021. (PTI Photograph/Ravi Choudhary)(

Farmers’ protest Dwell updates Day 69: Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait on Tuesday warned the farmers’ agitation will not conclude except if government repeals the 3 recently enacted agriculture guidelines and it may perhaps go on until Oct. “Our slogan is ‘Kanoon Wapsi Nahi toh Ghar Wapasi Nahi‘. This agitation will not conclude in advance of Oct, it will not stop whenever before long,” reported Tikait even though addressing a rally at Ghazipur border.

Stability arrangements continue to be strengthened at the Delhi-UP border web-site, which is galvanising farmers from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand times immediately after an psychological attraction by Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait.

No significant road is now open up for motion of cars and persons, which is proving to be a developing trouble for numerous passing the stretch. A portion of the road is studded with nails. Concertina wire is a new addition, also described by Tikait even though addressing a packed crowd from the major stage.

“They have set these barbed wires, not us. They are not letting persons to appear to Delhi. We are not the a single blocking the roadways. If we block roadways, they talk to us to vacate, but no motion is taken when the exact is done by these safety forces,” reported.

Drones have also been deployed to watch the protesters.

Farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh have been tenting at Delhi’s borders for weeks, trying to find a repeal of the 3 central guidelines. They claim that the new guidelines will weaken the bare minimum assistance rate (MSP) technique. But the Centre says the guidelines will only give farmers a lot more choices to sell their produce.

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