New Delhi: Farmers are preparing for a nationwide road block in India.
Farmers who have been on strike for 70 days against agricultural laws in India have announced to block roads across the country. In this regard, 50,000 security personnel have been deployed at the Delhi border while border routes are being monitored by drones.
According to Indian media reports, farmers in India have announced to block roads and highways across the country for three hours against agricultural laws.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Deepak Yadav said, “According to the protesting farmers, they will not enter the national capital, but still as a precautionary measure, we have made adequate security arrangements to maintain law and order. Adequate police presence is in place at all important points and junctions across the district.”
“There are additional deployment of pickets at all the border points. All vehicles are being checked thoroughly at the entry and exit points of pickets and borders. Additional buses have already been taken and extra barricades have been put up at the picket points across the city,” Mr. Yadav said.