Punjab farmers break first barricade placed by Haryana Police, march towards Delhi

By Rajan Nath - November 26, 2020 10:11 am

Punjab Farmers break Barricades in Azimgarh: Farmers in huge numbers from across the country are heading towards Delhi as a part of their 'Dilli Chalo' agitation to protest against the farm laws 2020. This is a big movement in India. The Punjab farmers are all set to head towards Delhi, however, the Haryana government has sealed the border.

The farmers from across Punjab are marching towards Delhi in tractor-trolleys carrying tents and rations.

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Punjab Farmers break Barricades in Azimgarh: Farmers in huge numbers heading towards Delhi | 'Dilli Chalo' agitation against farm laws 2020.

Meanwhile, the farmers break Haryana's barricades in Azimgarh, after which the farmers marched to Delhi in cars, trucks and tractors.

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It may be recalled that the Haryana government had sealed the Punjab-Haryana-Delhi border to stop the farmers marching towards Delhi in the wake of the 'Dilli Chalo' agitation but in many places the farmers have broken police barricades.

Punjab Farmers break Barricades in Azimgarh: Farmers in huge numbers heading towards Delhi | 'Dilli Chalo' agitation against farm laws 2020.

Farmers are marching towards Delhi in huge numbers but there were so many obstacles in their way. Currently, the biggest difficulty is to cross the Haryana border.

Punjab Farmers break Barricades in Azimgarh: Farmers in huge numbers heading towards Delhi | 'Dilli Chalo' agitation against farm laws 2020.

The Haryana government has made overnight preparations to stop the farmers from protesting against farm laws 2020. The Haryana government has placed 10 feet of soil on top of large stones so that farmers cannot enter Haryana.

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On the other hand, the farmers in Punjab, have been staging protests even in the rain.

-PTC News

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