After Tikri, the Delhi Police utterly sealed the Singhu border on Tuesday night with barricades and heavy deployment of forces, together with paramilitary personnel.
This transfer comes amid experiences of farmers clashing with the police on the Haryana-Punjab Shambhu border and in Haryana’s Jind District on Tuesday, leaving round 13 individuals injured.
“The Singhu Border is not accessible and there is traffic diversion at Mukarba Chowk. So, vehicles at Mukarba Chowk intending to go to Haryana can divert towards Loni Border or towards Madhuban Chowk onwards to Ring Road, ” mentioned a senior police officer.
On Tuesday morning, huge site visitors jams have been witnessed on the entry and exit factors of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh as police and paramilitary personnel geared up with anti-riot gear positioned a number of layers of barricades, concrete blocks, iron nails and partitions of containers in view of the ‘Delhi Chalo’ march by the farmers.
On Tuesday morning, police had allowed motion of site visitors on a single carriageway on each side of the street at Tikri and Singhu borders.
To cease the farmers from getting into the nationwide Capital, police groups together with the RAF, SSB and CAPF have been deployed on Delhi borders, together with at Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur.
Cement blocks and pickets with nails have been put in on the method roads.
Delhi Police on Monday invoked Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) citywide and fortified the borders as a precautionary measure.
Delhi Police Commissioner, Sanjay Arora, has issued these directives for the following 30 days.
Meanwhile, Red Fort has additionally been quickly closed for guests.
A complete of 114 corporations, together with 64 from the paramilitary forces and 50 from the Haryana Police, have been deployed throughout numerous districts.
Additionally, surveillance applied sciences resembling drones and CCTV cameras are being utilised to watch any disruptive actions.