After agreeing with the government on agricultural laws and other demands, the farmers have left for their homes from the Delhi border. Vehicles can be seen running smoothly. Watch the video below.
More than a year after farmers blocked national highways connecting Delhi in protest against three agricultural laws passed by the central government, roads near Delhi’s Ghazipur border have been opened. One lane has been opened for the movement of vehicles on the Ghazipur border.
Two lanes were also opened on the Singhu border on Wednesday. After nearly a year of protest by the farmers, traffic has started here. New Delhi’s highway traffic seems to be returning to normalcy as vehicles ply on dedicated lanes.
After agreeing with the government on agricultural laws and other demands, the farmers have left for their homes from the Delhi border. Under the leadership of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait, all the farmers on the Ghazipur border completely vacated the border on Wednesday. Before vacating the Ghazipur border, the farmers performed religious rituals in the morning and vacated the border, thanking everyone.