LIVE Kisan Andolan: Haryana government opened all borders along Punjab, closed due to farmers’ movement

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New Delhi, ANI. Farmers protesting against the central agrarian reform laws have been allowed to enter Delhi and hold peaceful demonstrations. At the same time, the Haryana government has removed all the barricades on the Shambhu border between Haryana and Punjab near Ambala. Meanwhile, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that the central government is always ready for talks. I appeal to all the farming brothers to directly talk to the Center for all their legitimate issues. He said that the movement is not its way. Explain that these farmers are moving from the ticker border towards the Narrow Samagam Maidan. Earlier, the Delhi Police had sought permission from the Delhi government to convert nine stadiums into temporary jails in view of the protest, Which got rejected. Clashes between farmers and security personnel were seen at many places along the Delhi-Haryana border. During this time stone was also seen. In such a situation, the policemen used tear gas to disperse the protesting farmers.

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– Haryana Government has removed all the barricades on the Shambhu border between Haryana and Punjab near Ambala. Because the farmers were allowed to enter Delhi. Ambala SP Rajesh Kalia told that no one will be stopped. Farmers can easily travel to Delhi.

Amid the farmers’ protests, Haryana Chief Minister Manhor Lal Khattar said that the central government is always ready for talks. I appeal to all the farming brothers to directly talk to the Center for all their legitimate issues. He said that the movement is not its means, its solution will come out of the conversation.

Due to the farmers’ Delhi Chalo March, there is a huge jam on the Delhi-Gurugram border. Police is also checking vehicles during this time.

– The farmers are entering the national capital from the Tikari border after being allowed to stage a sit-in at Nirankari Samagam Maidan in the Burari region.

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said that I welcome the decision of the Central Government to enter Delhi to exercise its democratic right against the farmers. They should now start negotiations immediately to address the farmers’ concerns on farmer laws and resolve the farmer problem. Earlier, he had urged the central government to start talks.

– Demonstrating farmers will be allowed to enter Delhi. They will be allowed to protest at Nirankari Samagam Maidan in Burari. Delhi Police Commissioner NK Srivastava has informed about this. He appealed to the farmers to maintain law and order and demonstrate in peace.

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