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Delhi Chalo: Traffic congestion at Delhi-Gurugram border


New Delhi, Nov 26: Thousands of farmers from Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and a few other states are slated to reach the national capital on Thursday morning to demonstrate against the government's new farm laws.

Meanwhile, Haryana has put up road barricades to seal its borders with Punjab for the next two days, to stop the farmers from their onwards march to Delhi.

Delhi Chalo: Haryana, Punjab farmers march to protest agri laws, CRPF deployed to halt

Security heightened at Delhi-Faridabad border, in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' protest march.

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3:24 PM, 26 Nov
Traffic congestion at Delhi-Gurugram (Haryana) border due to checking of vehicles, in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' protest march.
3:17 PM, 26 Nov
"Capt Amarinder Singh, I'm saying it again, I'll leave politics if there'll be any trouble on MSP - therefore, please stop inciting innocent farmers. I've been trying to reach out to you for last 3 days but sadly you decided to stay unreachable...," tweets Haryana CM ML Khattar
3:17 PM, 26 Nov
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh condemns Haryana govt’s forcible attempts to prevent farmers from marching to Delhi. CM asks why Manohar Lal Khattar's govt was stopping farmers, terms use of force as undemocratic & unconstitutional: Punjab Chief Minister's Office
3:17 PM, 26 Nov
Left parties stage protest in Ranchi against labour & farm laws. A protestor says, “We are not going to accept attack on our economy & democracy. We will bring back the old laws. This is not Ambani or Adani’s estate but our country.”
3:16 PM, 26 Nov
I want to appeal to our farmer brothers to not agitate. We're ready to talk about issues and resolve differences. I'm sure that our dialogue will have a positive result: Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Agriculture Minister
3:16 PM, 26 Nov
New farm laws were the need of the hour. In the coming time, it's going to bring revolutionary changes. We've spoken at the secretary level in Punjab to dispel wrong notions of our farmer brothers there. We'll talk on Dec 3: Union Agriculture Minister
2:49 PM, 26 Nov
Traffic heavy at Kalindi Kunj near Delhi-Noida border due to checking of vehicles, in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' protest march
2:49 PM, 26 Nov
Heavy security deployed & drones being used for surveillance at Singhu border (Delhi-Haryana border) in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' call.
2:00 PM, 26 Nov
Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the Government of India is committed to work in the interest of farmers across the country. The new laws are in the interest of farmers. He reiterated that the Centre is committed to doubling farmers' income.
2:00 PM, 26 Nov
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar invites protesting farmers for talks on December 3, 2020.
1:58 PM, 26 Nov
Kerala: Members of 12 trade unions held a demonstration in Thiruvananthapuram today against the Centre's new labour and farm laws.
1:58 PM, 26 Nov
Ambala: Farmers headed to Delhi to stage protest attempt to break through police barricades at Sadopur border, water cannons used by security personnel to disperse crowds.
12:00 PM, 26 Nov
Protestors pelt stones at the Shambhu border (Punjab-Haryana border)
12:00 PM, 26 Nov
Security personnel use fire tear gas shells to disperse a crowd of farmers gathered at the Shambhu border between Haryana and Punjab, to protest the farm laws
11:33 AM, 26 Nov
Security deployed at Rohtak-Jhajjar border, in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' protest march
11:16 AM, 26 Nov
Farmers' protest continues at Shambhu border, near Ambala (Haryana) as police stop them from proceeding to Delhi
11:00 AM, 26 Nov
Instead of withdrawing the farm bills (now laws), farmers are being prevented from holding peaceful demonstration, water cannon being used on them. Holding peaceful demonstration is a constitutional right, tweets Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
11:00 AM, 26 Nov
Police use water cannon to disperse farmers who have gathered at Shambhu border, near Ambala (Haryana), to proceed to Delhi to stage a demonstration against the farm laws passed by the Centre
10:59 AM, 26 Nov
Heavy security deployment at Singhu border (Delhi-Haryana border) in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' call
10:59 AM, 26 Nov
Drone camera deployed for security surveillance at Delhi-Faridabad (Haryana) border, in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' protest march
10:58 AM, 26 Nov
Haryana: Heavy security deployed on Delhi-Jammu highway near Karna Lake in Karnal, in view of farmer's protest march to Delhi A commuter says, " The highway has been blocked since late last night. Many vehicles are stuck here."
10:58 AM, 26 Nov
West Bengal: Members of Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Liberation, CPI(M) and Congress block railway track in Jadavpur as trade unions observe nationwide strike against new labour policies introduced by the Centre

Faridabad Police said, "We've clear instructions to not let any members of Bharatiya Kisan Union enter Delhi today and tomorrow. Police teams deployed at all important entry points."

Delhi metro services to neighbouring cities of the national capital will remain suspended till 2 pm on Thursday in view of a planned protest march by farmers against the Centre's new farm laws.

In a late evening statement, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation said no metro services will be available from Anand Vihar to Vaishali and New Ashok Nagar to Noida City Centre during this period.

Farmers' Protest: Officials suspend metro services from Delhi to neighbouring cities till 2 pm todayFarmers' Protest: Officials suspend metro services from Delhi to neighbouring cities till 2 pm today

The metro services will also be suspended between Sultanpur and Guru Dronacharya metro stations. However, regular metro services will remain available in the entire section of Airport and Rapid Metro lines during the period.

"After 2 pm on Thursday, train services will resume on all Lines from end to end without loops regularly," it added.

Earlier in the day, Delhi Police said it has rejected requests received from various farmer organisations to protest in the national capital against the contentious laws on November 26 and 27. "Various farmer organisations have requested permission for protest in Delhi on November 26 and 27. We have conveyed to them in writing and through various media also that the protest is not permitted in view of the latest DDMA guidelines," Delhi Police PRO Eish Singhal said.

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