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Saturday, 6 February 2021

Vehicles are being stopped on National and Strait Highways across the country

Farmers Chakkajam LIVE:Vehicles are being stopped on National and Strait Highways across the country, 10 metro stations closed in Delhi as a precautionary measure
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Today, 40 farmers' organizations are protesting across the country against the agricultural law. Chakkajam, which started at 12 noon today, will continue at 3 pm. Already 10 affected metro stations in Delhi have been closed. It houses Mandi House, ITO, Delhi Gate, University, Khan Market, Nehru Place, Lalkilla, Jama Masjid, Janpath and Central Secretariat metro stations. There are a total of 285 metro stations.

Farmers have said the demonstration will be peaceful. On the other hand, Indian Farmers Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said roads in Delhi-NCR, UP and Uttarakhand would not be jammed. In Delhi, there is a daily traffic jam, so there is no need to jam. However, the reason given is to keep UP and Uttarakhand separate from the movement. He said that the farmers of these two states have been kept on standby and they can be called at any time.

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Farmers jammed the Shahjahanpur border between Rajasthan and Haryana

Farmers in Amritsar and Mohali in Punjab have taken to the roads to stop vehicles.

On the Jammu-Pathankot highway, farmers stopped vehicles coming and going on the road.

Rahul Gandhi has written on social media that the peaceful satyagraha of Annadata is in the interest of the country. These three laws are fatal not only to farmers and laborers but also to the people and the country. Full support.

Harsimrat Kaur Badal, an Akali Dal MP, said the Center was misunderstood that the law was being opposed only in Punjab. Every farmer in the country is against this law. However, if the central government shuts down the whole and considers it only as Punjab's opposition, then nothing can be done about it.

Police have been deployed at Road No. 56, NH-24, Vikas Marg, GT Road, Jairabad Road to prevent farmers from entering Delhi during the traffic jam. Barricades have also been set up in these areas.
Delhi Police have been keeping an eye drawn on Tikri borger activists.

Joint CP, Delhi Police said that the police are ready to deal with any situation. CCTV cameras have been installed in the sensitive area.

Bharatiya Jayahind Party activists block Bhiwandi-Nashik highway in support of farmers in Thane, Maharashtra

Security has been beefed up following a mistake
. The administration is on high alert due to the January 26 violence in Delhi. 50,000 police, paramilitary and reserve force personnel have been deployed in Delhi-NCR. All CRPF teams stationed in Delhi have been asked to install iron bars in their buses to protect them in stone-throwing situations. Police have issued alerts to 12 metro stations in Delhi. Security forces are stationed at the entrance and exit points. Some metro stations could also be closed if violence breaks out. There are a total of 285 metro stations in Delhi.

Why is Chakkajam kept?
In the budget presented on February 1, the demands of the farmers were ignored and instead of agitating on the Delhi border, the protests were staged to block the internet. Farmers' organizations say tractors of many farmers have been confiscated since the January 26 tractor rally. Many places around the Delhi border have been completely blocked; This will be done against it.

The photo is of the Indus border. Here barbed wire has been laid on the cement barricade so that heavy vehicles cannot cross it and even moving agitators cannot cross it.

The deployment
of 31 companies of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Delhi-NCR has been extended for two more weeks in view of the farmers' strike in Delhi-NCR. CRPF units in Delhi have been asked to install iron nets on their buses. Delhi Police has also been alerted. Police are on high alert in the wake of the January 26 violence. Delhi Police has also contacted the metro station officials. Some metro stations may be closed today due to the situation.

The army had laid siege here, it was removed after much controversy

5 Messages of Farmer United Front for Chakkajam
1. National and State Highways will be jammed from 12-3 pm.
2. Necessary services, such as ambulance, school-bus will not be stopped.
3. Chakkajam will be completely peaceful and non-violent. Protesters will not allow any major clashes.
4. No Chakkajam program has been held within the Delhi border.
5. At 3 o'clock the farmers will end the chakkajam program by giving the message of unity by blowing the horn for 1 minute.

leaders appeal for peace Rakesh Tikait: Some forces want to discredit the movement. The same thing happened on January 26th. Keep an eye out and avoid the conspirators.

Darshanpal: The support of the youth is needed to make the movement last long. Young people control their anger. Do not get into a dispute with any police or officer.

Balbir Singh Rajewal: Peace will win. Some people want violence to happen, so be extra vigilant.
Gurnam Singh Chadhuni: Ask your people to keep the peace by texting and calling. He told everyone that if you exercise restraint, there will be peace.

At the Ghazipur border where the police have set up fences, farmers on Friday evening dug up the soil and said, "The government is planting thorns in the form of fences. We are growing flowers in the same place."

Kisan Panchayats held in UP, Rajasthan, thousands of farmers gathered in Shamli
Kisan Panchayats were started in Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan from Friday to strengthen the agitation, which will continue till the end of February. It is being organized by the Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD). The RLD announced its support for the peasant movement last week.

RLD vice-president Jayant Chaudhary on Thursday said the purpose of the Kisan Panchayats was to tell the government that this was a big agitation. It is the responsibility of the political forces to reach out to the farmers and inform others about the sensitivity of the issue. Jayant Chaudhary held a khap panchayat in Shamli, meanwhile he said that Naresh Tikait, president of the Indian Farmers Union, was also present in the khap. In Shamli, thousands of farmers joined the khap.

Uproar in the Lok Sabha on the issue of farmers, has been suspended twice
in the Lok Sabha on Friday, opposition parties shouted to retract the new agricultural law. Homework had to be postponed twice a day due to unrest. Also on Thursday, 12 MPs from nine opposition parties wrote a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla seeking a separate debate in the House on agricultural law.

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