Dilli Chalo: Punjab farmers granted entry in Delhi; will stage protest at Burari maidan

Dilli Chalo: Punjab farmers granted entry in Delhi

Dilli Chalo agitation: While clashes erupt at the Singhu border in Delhi, the farmers have been granted entry into Delhi to protest at Burari maidan, farmer’s representative Balbir Singh Rajewal said.

Delhi Police Commissioner said “Protesting farmers will be allowed to enter the national capital. They will have permission to protest at the Nirankari Samagam Ground in the Burari area.”

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Dilli Chalo agitation: Clashes erupt at the Singhu border in Delhi while farmers granted entry into Delhi to protest at Burari maidan.

The Delhi Police Commissioner has appealed to the farmers to maintain order and demonstrate peacefully.

Earlier in the day, the farm bodies had asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for safe passage to Delhi so that they can stage protest against the farm laws.

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Dilli Chalo agitation: Clashes erupt at the Singhu border in Delhi while farmers granted entry into Delhi to protest at Burari maidan.

However, the farmers have granted to stage protest at Burari Maidan which is around 15 km from the border.

Dilli Chalo agitation: Clashes erupt at the Singhu border in Delhi while farmers granted entry into Delhi to protest at Burari maidan.

The Delhi officials will reach the border and open barricades themselves, a report stated.

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On the other side, the Punjab farmers engaged in clashes with Delhi Police at the Singhu border while the cops resorted to water cannons and tear gas shells. On the other side, the farmers resorted to stone-pelting.

However, after receiving the information, regarding the allowance of protesting in Delhi at Burari maidan, it looks like the situation is cooling down.

-PTC News