Anti-Farm Laws Protestors Stopped At At Haryana Punjab Border; Khattar Asks Amarinder To Stop Inciting Innocent FarmersSource: Twitter

Heavy security has been deployed and drones are being used for surveillance at Singhu border (Delhi-Haryana border) in view of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' call.

The farmers are protesting against the three Central farm laws.

Reportedly, hundreds of farmers led by Medha Patkar were stopped from entering Uttar Pradesh near the Saiyan village in Agra district close to the Rajasthan border.

Political activist Yogendra Yadav, sought to join the farmers heading to Delhi to protest against the government’s farm laws and other policies, was detained by the Haryana Police near the Delhi-Jaipur highway.

At Singhu border, the Delhi Police put barbed wires and Boulder barricades to stop farmers trolleys heading towards the national capital.

Reportedly, the police are using innovative tactics by putting up trolleys filled with mud, pile of boulders, The Boulder barricades have been used to slow the pace of the protesters in case they manage to cross the Haryana border and reach Singhu Border.

While Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh slammed the Haryana government for stopping farmers marching towards Delhi, Haryana chief minister Manohar Khattar said, "Capt Amarinder Singh, I'm saying it again, I'll leave politics if there'll be any trouble on MSP - therefore, please stop inciting innocent farmers. I've been trying to reach out to you for last 3 days but sadly you decided to stay unreachable...".

The union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar said to the protesters, “I want to appeal to our farmer brothers to not agitate. We're ready to talk about issues and resolve differences. I'm sure that our dialogue will have a positive result”.

“New farm laws were the need of the hour. In the coming time, it's going to bring revolutionary changes. We've spoken at the secretary level in Punjab to dispel wrong notions of our farmer brothers there. We'll talk on 3 December,” he added.

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