Farmers protest in Chandigarh, entry points of Chandigarh sealed, 4000 police personnel deployed

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Chandigarh: Farmers of Punjab and Haryana have announced to protest in Chandigarh. In such a situation, now the entry point of Tricity has been sealed by the police. There are 27 such entry points including Zirakpur, six phases, where police guarding has been increased. Farmers have announced to enter Chandigarh, in such a situation, most of the entry points of Chandigarh have been sealed by the police on Tuesday morning. The police force has been deployed here at every entry point by putting barricades.

According to the information received from the police, more than 4000 police forces have been deployed in Chandigarh. Apart from this, senior police officers have been deployed at every entry point. If farmers try to enter Chandigarh, they will be stopped there, because Section 144 is already imposed in the city.

However, where the farmers will be stopped, they are preparing to sit on a dharna there. If the police officers are to be believed, no farmer group will be allowed to enter Chandigarh. Preparations have been completed for this. A round of meetings went on with the Punjab Police on the last day. After this, both the police forces will coordinate among themselves and stop the farmers from entering Chandigarh.

Chandigarh police have also done barricading in Zirakpur on the information about the arrival of many prisoners from Haryana. Police have also called for big trucks and canters in the Chandigarh-Zirakpur border area so that the entire road can be jammed. The extra paramilitary force has also reached. Senior officers themselves are seen briefing. A long jam has already started. The responsibility of top officials including DSP has been entrusted on every border area of Chandigarh.

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What is the matter?
In fact, the farmers of Punjab and Haryana are protesting for compensation for bad crops and other demands. The farmers’ unions of Punjab and Haryana have announced a sit-in protest in Chandigarh on Tuesday. Chandigarh Police has sealed 27 entrances of the city adjoining Panchkula and Mohali. An armed reserve force has been deployed at all these places by barricading.