Farmers’ tractor march today, Haryana Police gives go-ahead

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    Farmers’ tractor march today, Haryana Cops gives consent





    Women in Rohtak rehearse for the tractor rally. (Express Picture)

    The Haryana Authorities has actually provided a go-ahead for farmers’ tractor march on KMP (Kundli-Manesar-Palwal) Expressway Thursday. Cops estimate around 2,500 tractors will be on the expressway from 11 am to 4 pm when the march will occur.

    ” In-principle, we have chosen to provide consent to the farmers to carry out tractor march on KMP Expressway on Thursday,” Haryana DGP Manoj Yadava told The Indian Express Wednesday.

    Senior policemans Wednesday night held a meeting to finalise the modalities to give permission to the tractor-march, including its route, timings and variety of the tractors that will participate in the march.

    Policemans stated the march will affect movement of typical traffic on the expressway, specifically from Kundli border to Tikri border for around 4 hours.

    In other parts of Haryana too, farmers will undertake tractor marches Thursday to oppose the three farm laws.

    ” We will attempt to ensure that the march occurs securely and without causing much inconvenience to individuals,” said Yadava.

    According to Sonipat SP Jashandeep Singh Randhawa, motion of heavy lorries moving towards Delhi side on Ambala-Delhi highway (NH-44) will be diverted from Karnal and Panipat and the little lorries will be diverted from Sonipat’s Ganaur, Murthal and Bhalgarh. Randhwa likewise said they have actually made appropriate plans to avoid jams in Sonipat districts.

    In Palwal, workers of the central armed police will be released to keep law and order besides release of Haryana Police workers in addition to water cannons and other equipment to manage any unfortunate event.

    Farmer leaders said the call of tractor march has gotten big response from Haryana towns. At a number of locations in Haryana, farmers took part in a rehearsal Wednesday. In Khadwali town in Rohtak district, even ladies came out to take the driving seat in tractors. Village sarpanch Om Prakash Hooda said, “We expect participation of around 1,000 tractor-trolleys from neighbouring towns in the tractor march.”

    Suresh Koth, farmer leader from Hisar district, said farmers from various districts of Haryana will relocate to Delhi Thursday.

    ” Today, the farmers performed a tractor march in Narwana (Jind) and Karnal town. Farmers of Khedi Jalab village have actually welcomed me to join a march Thursday.”

    According to Koth, senior farmer leaders will be going to protest websites in towns and towns for the next 2 weeks to mobilise more support for the ongoing agitation.

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