November 30, 2021

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Farmers’ shutdown in Delhi-NCR may cause trouble in these areas

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The impact of the Bharat Bandh called after the completion of four months of the peasant movement is more visible on the streets. Farmers’ organizations had announced that the roads which were opened earlier, will also be closed once again on Friday.

In protest against the new agricultural laws, farmers’ organizations have called a Bharat Bandh today. The effect of this Bharat Bandh has started showing from 6 am. The road connecting Delhi and Ghaziabad is completely closed on the Ghazipur border. Major trade organizations are not involved in this Bharat Bandh, due to which the markets are showing less impact.

The impact of the Bharat Bandh called after the completion of four months of the peasant movement is more visible on the streets. Farmers’ organizations had announced that the roads which were opened in the previous days, will also be closed once again on Friday. Due to this, once again the road from Delhi to Ghaziabad via NH-24 is closed.

Apart from this, the Singhu and Tikari border is already closed. Also, farmers can stop traffic on the routes going from Badarpur and Gurugram towards Delhi and Haryana. Traffic route from Kalindi Kunj can also be closed. Farmers’ organizations have already announced to close all the borders coming from Haryana to Delhi.

Traffic Alert

Traffic movement is closed on Ghazipur Border NH-24 (Both carriageway), Kindly avoid the stretch

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According to the advisory issued by Delhi Police, people coming from Ghazipur Delhi can reach Vaishali, Indirapuram and Vasundhara etc. via Kaushambi-Anand Vihar. One can come to the colony of Mohan Nagar, Sahibabad via Seemapuri (Apsara border) to GT Road. From here we can go towards Ghaziabad and THA.

Apart from this, one can reach Vasundhara, Vaishali and Indirapuram via Mohan Nagar via the Hindon Air Force via Bhopura Border. Police of Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh are on alert for farmers’ Bharat bandh and security has been increased at various places. Peasant organizations have appealed to the people for a peaceful demonstration.

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