Farmers’ organizations have organized Bharat Bandh today to protest against the three new agricultural laws. Meanwhile, the Ghazipur border connecting Delhi-UP has been closed due to the gathering and jamming of the protesters since morning. Apart from this, the Singhu border located on the Delhi-Haryana border is also jammed. Farmers were seen singing and dancing on the Ghazipur border. At the same time, farmers have blocked the Delhi-Amritsar rail route as well.
The impact of the Bharat Bandh is being seen in many parts of the country, but the maximum impact has been seen only in the areas around Delhi and Haryana-Punjab. Farmers’ organizations have kept the bandh separate from the electoral states and the Union Territory of Puducherry. According to the United Kisan Morcha, the nationwide bandh started at 6 am and will continue till 6 pm. Know the updates of the moment related to the farmers’ Bharat Bandh …
Three rounds of talks have been held between farmers and the government regarding agricultural laws
So far, 11 rounds of negotiations have been held between the farmers and the Government of India regarding the agricultural laws, but the deadlock has not been broken. The Parliament approved three new agricultural laws during the monsoon session last year.
India closed: Farmers’ organizations shut down the Ambala-Chandigarh highway
Farmers’ organizations have closed the Ambala-Chandigarh highway. Apart from this, farmer agitators have blocked the Zirakpur-Panchkula road. A large number of vehicles are stranded.
Three out of 4 stations closed due to farmer agitation, it is still closed
In view of the farmers’ ‘Bharat Bandh’, the entry and exit gates of the Tekri Border, Pandit Shriram Sharma, Bahadurgarh City and Brigadier Hoshiar Singh Metro stations, which were on the Green Line route for some time, were closed by the Delhi Metro on Friday, but Now the entry and exit gates of the Tekri Border, Bahadurgarh City and Brigadier Hoshiar Singh Metro stations have been reopened, except for Pandit Shri Ram Sharma Metro Station.
Announcement of farmer leaders, all state and national highways of Haryana will be closed
Leaders of farmers organizations have announced that they will shut down all the state and national highways of Haryana and will also appeal to the shopkeepers to shut down.
Farmer agitators seated on 31 tracks from Delhi to Punjab, 4 Shatabdi trains canceled
Farmer agitators have blocked railway tracks at 31 places from Delhi, Haryana to Punjab. Due to this, the operation of trains in Delhi, Ambala and Ferozepur Railway Division is affected. Railways have canceled the operation of 4 Shatabdi trains in view of the Bharat Bandh.
Farmers jammed railway track in Ambala, large number of passengers stranded
In Ambala, farmers have blocked the rail track. Due to this, a large number of passengers are stuck at Karnal railway station. A female passenger from Delhi said that she was going to have Vaishnodevi darshan, but now the train is stuck due to halt. He said that in the event of Bharat Bandh, the government should not have operated the trains today.
Farmers also stopped Fatehabad-Chandigarh route
In addition, farmers in many cities have closed roads connecting the districts. People have to travel through small link roads. The Fatehabad-Chandigarh route has also been blocked by farmers.
Farmers did not even sell vegetables in Haryana, mandis were listened to
The Bharat Bandh of United Kisan Morcha is seeing a lot of impact in Haryana. The bandh also appears to be effective in small towns of the state. The state’s vegetable markets, markets and roads appeared empty. The farmers did not reach Mandi to sell vegetables and the buyers had to return. A buyer told that he had gone to Ladwa Sabzi Mandi in Kurukshetra, but nothing could be found there. Everything is locked.
Fri, 26 Mar 2021 09:40 AM
Farmer protesters jammed Amritsar-Delhi railway track
Punjab: Farmers protesters blocked the Amritsar-Delhi railway track on the call of Bharat Bandh of United Kisan Morcha.
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Protesters dance at Ghazipur border during Bharat bandh
Protesters blocked road at Singhu border on call for Bharat bandh
Trade union blocks railway track in Bhubaneswar on the call of Bharat Bandh of United Kisan Morcha
In Ambala, protesters blocked the rail tracks near GT Road and Shahpur.
The protesters closed the Ghazipur border (Delhi-UP border) in view of the 12-hour Bharat bandh of farmer organizations.
Deployment of Delhi Police, additional security forces on alert about Bharat bandh
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Ambulance will not be stopped
Farmer leaders have said that ambulances and emergency services will not be stopped during the nationwide bandh.
Railroads will be blocked, markets will also be closed
Senior farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal said that road and rail transport will be blocked. They have claimed that the markets will also remain closed. He has called for a bandh in the national capital, Delhi. Rajewal said that trade unions, and other organizations in organized and unorganized sectors, have extended their support to the ‘Bharat Bandh’ of farmer organizations on 26 March. Talking to news agency PTI, he said, “Farmers will block rail tracks at various places. Markets and transport services will be closed.