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Farmers protest towards new agricultural regulation, tractor rally taken out

New Delhi: Punjab-Haryana farmers protest towards the new agricultural laws of the Modi government continues. The farmers have made it clear that their efficiency will proceed until the new laws are back.

Farmers held a tractor rally on 6 January to unfold their voice to the federal government, however needed to be cancelled as a result of worse weather.

In the meantime, farmers once more took out a tractor rally on Thursday. This tractor rally is being carried out on the borders of Ghazipur, Singhu and so forth. that are working from Delhi.

Though the farmers needed to take the tractor rally to Parliament Home, however the administration didn’t get permission.

Farmers can carry out solely with their automobiles to the boundaries adjoining Delhi.

Within the case, ADM Metropolis Ghaziabad Shailendra Kumar Singh stated that earlier farmers needed to take a tractor rally until Palwal, however now they may go to Noida and return from Ghazipur border. In view of the seriousness of the case, a lot of troopers have been deployed.

The tractor march is anticipated to run all day. This march will begin from UP Gate and can go on NH-9 to Jap Peripheral Expressway through Chijarasi, Akbarpur-Bahrampur, Vijayanagar, ABES KAT, Lalkuan, Bamhata, Dasna.

Throughout this time, vehicles going from Beal Akbarpur and Sirsa Minimize to Palwal won’t be able to go on Peripheral Street from 12:00 pm to three:00 pm, they are going to be diverted.

Equally, vehicles going from Sirsa Minimize and Beal Akbarpur in the direction of Sonipat won’t be able to go on Peripheral Street from 2:00 pm to five:00 pm, they may even be diverted. Farmers’ organizations have warned of a tractor parade at Rajpath in Delhi on 26 January.

 

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