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By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | November 26, 2020 3:25:15 pm The’ Dilli Chalo’ march by a whole lot of Punjab farmers led to a tense face off on the Shambhu interstate border, near Haryana’s Ambala district, as police used water cannons and teargas to disperse them.
Irate farmers broke barricades and threw them off a bridge of their try to enter the state as a part of their ‘Dilli Chalo’ march towards the Centre’s contentious farm legal guidelines. The Shambhu border level is about 200 km from Delhi.
In movies shot on the protest website, cops could be seen utilizing water cannons and tear fuel to disperse them.
Follow Farmers protest in Delhi LIVE updates Water cannons used throughout farmers’ ‘Delhi Chalo’ march at Jharmari on Ambala border. Express video: @ieJaipalSingh @IndianExpress
— Express Punjab (@iepunjab) November 26, 2020 #WATCH Police use water cannon to disperse farmers gathered at Shambhu border, near Ambala (Haryana), to proceed to Delhi to stage an illustration towards the farm legal guidelines
— ANI (@ANI) November 26, 2020 #WATCH | Security personnel use fireplace tear fuel shells to disperse a crowd of farmers gathered on the Shambhu border between Haryana and Punjab, to protest the farm legal guidelines
— ANI (@ANI) November 26, 2020
Also seen had been farmers pelting stones, waving black flags and shouting slogans as tractors and vehicles lined up on a bridge on the Shambhu border. #WATCH | Protestors pelt stones on the Shambhu border (Punjab-Haryana border)
— ANI (@ANI) November 26, 2020
Even because the police used loudspeakers to ask the farmers assembled on the Punjab facet of the border to disperse, they continued their protest. Many of them had been seen standing on vehicles as smoke from the teargas clouded the air. #WATCH Farmers’ protest continues at Shambhu border, near Ambala (Haryana) as police cease them from continuing to Delhi
— ANI (@ANI) November 26, 2020
Haryana has sealed its borders with Punjab to stop farmers from getting into their state on their method to Delhi. Multi-level barricading has been put in lots of locations. In Delhi as effectively, police has strengthened its presence in border areas in view of the protest march.
At the Singhu border, Delhi Police stationed vehicles stuffed with sand to cease the motion of tractors pushed by farmers. While the border has not been sealed however all autos getting into the nationwide capital are being checked by the police.
Expressing his anger over the therapy of farmers by the Haryana authorities, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Thursday mentioned the usage of “brute force” towards them is “totally undemocratic and unconstitutional”. “Why is @mlkhattar govt in Haryana stopping the farmers from moving to Delhi? The tyrannical use of brute force against peacefully protesting farmers is totally undemocratic & unconstitutional,” he tweeted.
In one other tweet, the Punjab CM mentioned farmers have been peacefully protesting within the state towards the farm legal guidelines for 2 months. “Why is Haryana govt provoking them by resorting to force? Don’t the farmers have the right to pass peacefully through a public highway?”, Singh requested.
On Wednesday, the Delhi Police had rejected requests from varied farmer organisations to protest within the nationwide capital towards the Centre’s new farm legal guidelines on November 26 and 27. 📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. Click right here to affix our channel (@indianexpress) and keep up to date with the most recent headlines For all the most recent India News, obtain Indian Express App. © IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd

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