Dilli Chalo: Unstoppable farmers march towards Delhi despite water canons and barricades

Dilli Chalo: Unstoppable farmers march towards Delhi despite water canons and barricades

Farmers protest: All the prior arrangements made by Haryana police to stop farmers failed as unstoppable farmers headed strongly towards Delhi strongly as a part of their ‘Dilli Chalo’ agitation demanding the withdrawal of farm laws 2020.

The police had placed barricades, barbed wires, heavy stones, and even trollies filled with soil along the borders to stop the farmers. However, the farmers in huge numbers stocked up together, breaking all barricades along with other arrangements made by the police.

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Farmers protest: Arrangements made by Haryana police to stop farmers failed farmers headed towards Delhi as a part of 'Dilli Chalo' agitation against farm laws 2020.

No obstacle by the police could stop the farmer march. Farmers overcame the Shambhu border, Pehowa, Tohana, Khanauri and all other Haryana-Punjab borders.

Talking about Ambala, thousands of farmers reached from Punjab where the police made use of tear gas and water cannons to stop the farmers.

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However, the farmers remained unstoppable as they broke the barricades and removed the stones placed, on their way to Delhi.

Farmers protest: Arrangements made by Haryana police to stop farmers failed farmers headed towards Delhi as a part of 'Dilli Chalo' agitation against farm laws 2020.

Apart from this, the police tried to block the path of the farmers by placing heavy vehicles on the Punjab-Haryana border, yet failed.

Farmers protest: Arrangements made by Haryana police to stop farmers failed farmers headed towards Delhi as a part of 'Dilli Chalo' agitation against farm laws 2020.

According to the Ambala administration, it was not possible to stop the huge stock of farmers as they brought cranes along with them.

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-PTC News