Farmers are protesting on the borders adjacent to Delhi over the Central Agricultural Laws. The farmers were getting full support of the opposition political parties. Meanwhile, Shiv Sena has also entered the peasant movement. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has reached Ghazipur border to meet farmers today. Sanjay Raut is visiting farmers on the instructions of Maharashtra CM and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray.
Shiv Sena is supporting the peasant movement. Farmers have been opposing the Central Agricultural Laws since November 2020. The movement of farmers is going on at Ghazipur border, Singhu border and Tikari border. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut had informed about his Ghazipur tour on Twitter. He tweeted that the government of Mahavikas Aghadi is taking decisions in the interest of farmers. CM Uddhav Thackeray stood with the farmers. The farmers are saddened by the problem. We are going to meet Ghazipur border farmers as per CM’s instructions.
On the other hand, the police has increased security at the protest site of the farmers. On Monday, workers have erected cement walls on the Singhu border in front of the policemen, while nails are being laid on the road there. This is being done so that the movement of agitating farmers can be reduced.
Cement walls are also being erected on the highway on the Delhi-Haryana border. Police has also increased security at Ghazipur border. Multilayer barricades have been installed at the protest site.
Internet service also closed
The Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday extended the ban on internet service on the Singhu border, Ghazipur border and Tikari border. This ban was extended till 11 o’clock tonight
On January 26, violence erupted during the Farmers’ Tractor Parade. There were clashes between police and farmers at many places. The police used tear gas to control the farmers. After this, internet was banned in many areas of Delhi. is. Internet service will also be closed in the areas around these three picketing sites.