To stop protesters from reaching Delhi to help wrestlers, police authorities in Haryana on Sunday arrange highway barricades on borders with Punjab and deployed further police forces to watch and ‘stop’ their entry into the nationwide capital.
A police official on responsibility on the Punjab-Haryana border mentioned Haryana Police put in barricades to watch the motion of visitors.
“We are ensuring that movement of essential goods is not impacted with a large volume of traffic moving towards Delhi, ” he mentioned.
Officials admitted to IANS that adequate police drive has been deployed to take care of legislation and order within the state.
Restrictions have been imposed for the previous few days at many of the interstate border factors with Punjab, together with in Sirsa, Kurukshetra and Jind districts.
Police have been deployed in drive on the Ambala-Rajpura and Ambala-Delhi highways and hyperlink roads.
Farm representatives and other people related to over 35 khaps from Haryana have been reaching Jantar Mantar in Delhi to specific their solidarity with the wrestlers, who’ve levelled allegations of sexual harassment towards Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.