Gujjars have reportedly planned road and rail blockades as part of their strike. Security has been tightened across the capital, especially in Gujjar-strongholds of Mehrauli, Ghazipur, Patparganj and Badarpur. The Union Home Ministry has asked authorities in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi to take all measures to maintain peace. The Akhil Bhartiya Gurjar Mahasabha has threatened to cut off supplies of essential commodities.
The Capital's borders are dotted with pockets of Gujjar population near the Delhi Faridabad border.
A similar protest by the Gujjars had thrown life completely out of gear in 2007. There is heavy deployment of over 10,000 Delhi police personnel and paramilitary forces along the city's borders.
The target of the protests this time are the vital entry points into Delhi. The Gujjars may stage their road blockades on the Gurgaon-Mehrauli road, Delhi-Faridabad road, Noida Mor and the Noida expressway. The Capital is gearing up for a possible traffic mess.