Farmer Protest: Security arrangements tightened at Ghazipur border, police barricades and pointed wire

New Delhi: Today is the 65th day of the farmers who are protesting against the 3 agricultural laws implemented by the Central Government. The movement had softened after the violence on Republic Day, but the inundation of Bhakuyu leader Rakesh Tikait has revived the farmer’s movement.

After which farmers from Haryana, Rajasthan, and other states including western Uttar Pradesh have reached the protest site. Seeing the possibility of any harm or farmers do not enter Delhi, the Delhi Police has increased the Gazipur border strictly. A large number of security forces have been deployed along with the police at the Ghazipur border. The police have done heavy barricading on the border as well as pointed wires. National Highway 24 has been completely closed.

According to the news agency, a large number of security deployments and barricades have been put up on the Ghazipur (Delhi-Uttar Pradesh) border, where farmers protested against the 3 agricultural laws of the Center, today is the 65th day of this movement.

Internet services closed
After Haryana, the Ministry of Home Affairs has temporarily shut down internet services in the capital city of Singhu, Ghazipur, Tikri Border and their surroundings. Internet service has been banned from 11 pm on 29 January to 11 pm on 31 January.