Police uses water cannons and tear gas on protesting farmers near Delhi-Haryana border

water cannons, police assaulting farmers
Police using water cannons on protesting farmers near the Delhi-Haryana border
water cannons, police assaulting farmers
Police using water cannons on protesting farmers near the Delhi-Haryana border

Situation at Delhi-Haryana outskirt close to Ambala stayed tense on Thursday morning as Haryana Police showered water gun, tear gas to prevent the fighting farmers from arriving at Delhi. The protestors, then again, tossed stones at barricades, lifted police barricades and dropped them into the stream. The conflict went on as security around Delhi was ventured up while farmers devised new plans to fragment into gatherings and arrive at the public capital.

The widespread criticism against utilizing water guns on fighting farmers on Wednesday night in freezing cold didn’t deflect the police to fall back on the equivalent on Thursday morning. As farmers protesting the contentious farm bills walked towards Delhi, Police on Thursday morning again utilized water guns, tear gas close to Ambala to prevent them from coming to Delhi.

“The farmers are challenging every one of the three laws by the centre. Rather than taking this bill back, the farmers are being halted from fighting calmly. Water cannons are being utilized on them. Such sort of unfairness on farmers isn’t reasonable. Peaceful protest is their constitutional right,” Delhi boss priest Arvind Kejriwal tweeted on Thursday morning.

Security at Delhi-Haryana fringe was elevated on Thursday morning to prevent the ptotesting farmers from coming to Delhi. Haryana totally sealed its border with Punjab as farmers from the connecting state began collecting in enormous numbers as a feature of the Delhi Chalo march. The Delhi Police on Wednesday said that it had dismissed solicitations gotten from different farmer organisations to protest in the public Capital against the Center’s new homestead laws on November 26 and 27.

Punjab’s farmer unions have changed their system of taking just the expressways to the public capital. Individuals from the Kirti Kisan Union, BKU Kadian and Rajewal groups intend to collect at Mastuana Sahib in Sangrur and head for Shambhu fringe.

At the Singhu border, the Delhi Police positioned trucks loaded up with sand to stop development of work vehicles driven by farmers. This is the first occasion when that the city police has positioned trucks loaded up with sand at border points. Police said the border has not been sealed however they are checking all vehicles entering the public capital.

The three laws – the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020, the Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act 2020 – that the farmers are fighting produced results from September 27 after President Ram Nath Kovind’s consent.



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