Delhi, February 2, 2021: Farmers on the different boundaries of Delhi have warned against jamming the entire country against the agriculture law of the Central Government. The police no longer want to repeat the mistake made during the tractor parade. Perhaps this is the reason why the Ghazipur border has been converted into a fortification by the police.

The police have done everything possible to prevent the mob of farmers from moving forward. The space between the two concrete barriers on the highway has been fixed with cement. Not only this, besides barbed wire, iron nails have also been strewn on the roads to prevent the movement of tractors.

The fencing has been made on the path that goes down the highway. Police and RAF are camping on the way to the place of movement from Delhi, Noida and Ghaziabad. Not only the flyover but also the road below has been completely blocked.

Police, media, emergency service related vehicles, no one is allowed to go on these routes. The barricading on the highway has been fixed with an iron angle so that the agitators cannot break it at any cost. If one wants to go from Delhi via National Highway 24 and Delhi Meerut Highway to Noida or Ghaziabad, then an alternate route has to be used. Along with the increasing number of farmers in the movement, the promptness and guard of the police is also increasing.

At the same time, the joint Kisan Morcha met to decide the strategy ahead. It was presided over by Shri Balbir Singh Rajewal. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) has decided that there will be no formal dialogue with the government until various forms of oppression against the farmers’ movement are immediately stopped by the police and the administration.

The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) is against the action of police and security agencies such as road digging, barbed wire fencing, closing of internal small roads, stopping internett services. The leaders of the Kisan Morcha said that it seems that the government is extremely afraid of the increasing strength of the protests going on in various states. SKM strongly condemned the arrest and detention of several protesters at various police stations, confiscation of farmers’ vehicles, and alleged that hundreds of people were missing since the Red Fort incident, which is a matter of concern.