Going to Delhi via Chilla Border can get you stuck in a traffic jam today. In protest of the three new laws introduced by the central government, the farmers have recently warned to close the open shouting border again. At a press conference on the Sinhu border, farmers leaders on Wednesday threatened to close the Chilla border connecting Delhi and Noida completely.
It will be very difficult for those who cross the border to shout
After talking to Rajnath Singh, it appeared that the farmers had agreed, but now the farmers have again threatened to close the border again. Which could cause a lot of inconvenience to Noida residents. Thousands of people travel from Delhi to Noida. Closing the screaming border could hurt those traveling to Delhi and Noida.
Advise to go the alternative route to avoid trouble
These farmers have been staying in Sinhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders including Delhi for two weeks. Seeing this, many roads are closed. People are advised to take an alternative route so as not to cause trouble. The Singhu, Achandi, Piau Maniari, Saboli and Mangesh borders are closed and people have been asked to take alternative routes from Lampur, Safiabad and Singu school toll tax boundaries.
Traffic diverted in several ways
Traffic diverted from Mukarba and GTK Road. Outer Ring Road, GTK Road and NH-44 should be avoided. The Ghazipur border will remain closed for people coming from Ghaziabad to Delhi. People have been advised to cross the Anand Vihar, DND, Apsara and Bhopura borders.
The Supreme Court will decide today whether farmers will be able to protest at the border
After talking to Rajnath Singh, the farmer agreed
The attitude of farmers protesting against the new agriculture laws on Saturday had suddenly changed. The move was taken after a meeting between Agriculture Minister and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, a group of farmers said. The Chilla border was then opened to the public.
Tribute meeting in villages across the country on December 20th
Many farmers have died in protest against the new agricultural laws on the border. The farmers have also mentioned that a tribute meeting will be held on December 20 in villages across the country for the farmers who lost their lives during the agitation.
Today is the 21st day of the agitation, the farmers are not ready to back down
Today is the 21st day of farmers’ protest on the Delhi border against the Agriculture Act, but the farmers are not ready to back down under any circumstances. Round phase talks between the government and the farmers were also fruitless. Farmers’ organizations are adamant on withdrawing the law.