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Police in action due to farmers movement, Section 144 imposed in Delhi – Bollywood Keeda

Due to the protest by farmers on 13 February, Section 144 has been imposed in entire Delhi. Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora has imposed Section 144 in entire Delhi. Section 144 has been imposed from 12 February to 12 March. During this period, a ban has been imposed on the gathering of many people. Demonstrations and rallies have been banned.

In the order issued by Delhi Police, it has been said that on February 13, United Kisan Morcha, Kisan Mazdoor Morcha and other farmer organizations have announced ‘Delhi Chalo’ march. He wants to protest outside the Parliament House with his demands. Fears of tension, deterioration of social harmony and even violence have been expressed due to the farmers’ movement.

Police have said that protesters can use tractor trolleys which may cause inconvenience to other drivers. In view of this, tractors have been banned in New Delhi. Police have said that taking advantage of the situation, some anti-social elements may try to disturb law and order in Delhi. It is said that some such inputs have also been received from intelligence agencies. As a precaution, Section 144 has been imposed in entire Delhi.

There is a complete ban on collecting fire arms, inflammable substances, bricks and stones, collecting petrol and soda bottles. The use of loudspeakers has also been banned. Orders for immediate arrest have been given against those who violate Section 144.

Ban on these things

, With the imposition of Section 144, it has been made clear that there is a ban on blocking roads, any movement, rally or public meeting in Delhi. There will be a ban on gathering of more than five people except in some exempted cases.

, There will be a ban on processions, demonstrations, rallies, foot marches etc. of any social, political and other organizations in entire Delhi.

, A ban has been imposed on the entry of tractor trolleys in Delhi. Also, no such vehicle will be allowed to enter Delhi which has sticks, rods, swords or other weapons.

Delhi Traffic Police Advisory

Traffic will be affected due to the proposed farmers’ protest in Delhi from 13 February. From today itself, security has been increased on all the borders of Delhi. Traffic will be very slow due to barricading and police deployment. After the farmers reach Delhi border, they may have to face heavy traffic jam. In such a situation, the police has advised to use some alternative routes.

What advice to those passing through Singhu border?

There will be restrictions and diversion for commercial vehicles on the Singhu border on February 12, while rules for all types of vehicles will come into effect on February 13. Buses going to Sonipat, Panipat and Karnal etc. will leave via NH-44, ISBT to Majnu Ka Tila, Signature Bridge to Khajuri Chowk, Loni Border. Big goods trains going towards Sonipat-Panipat have been asked to take exit number 2 on NH-44 from Harish Chandra Hospital Crossing to Bawana Road Crossing, Bawana Chowk to Bawana Auchandi Road via Auchandi Border to KMP via Saidpur Chowki. If you want to go towards Sonipat, Panipat and Karnal by NH-44, then take Exit 1 near Alipur Cut, Shani Mandir, Palla Baktavarpur Road-Y Point to Dahisara Village Road, MCD Toll Dahisara to Jatti Kalan Road to Singhu Stadium to Kundli. You can go to Sonipat via police station.

Bahadurgarh and Rohtak to go by car

From DSIDC one can go to Bahadurgarh via Bawana Road, Kanjhawala Chowk, Dr. Sahib Singh Verma Chowk, Ghevra, Nizampur Border, Savda Village. You will be able to go from Madhuban Chowk via Rithala via Pansali Chowk, Helipad Road, Kanjhawala Road, Karala, Jaunti village, Nizampur border and Bamnoli village of Haryana.

These will be the options to go to Ghazipur border

Those going from Delhi to Ghaziabad can use Pushta Road or Patparganj Road from in front of Akshardham Temple. You will be able to go to Ghaziabad via Chaudhary Charan Singh Marg, Anand Vihar, Maharajpur or Apsara Border.

NH 44 to Haryana

From Dabur Chowk, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, Hapur Road, GT Road, Delhi-Meerut Expressway, Dasna, you will be able to reach NH-44 via Eastern Peripheral Expressway. From Loni via Panchlok, Mandola, Khekra, Eastern Peripheral Expressway, Rai Cut will reach NH 44. Rai will be able to cross from Delhi-Dehradun Expressway via Panchlok, Mandola, Khekra, Eastern Peripheral Expressway.

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