Additional Director General (Law & Order) of Haryana, Navdeep Singh Virk said, “In Haryana, the civil and police administration has been elaborated in accordance with the direction of the state government.
“The primary purpose of these systems is to maintain public peace and order, prevent any kind of violence, maintain the supply of essential goods and facilitate the operation of the statewide traffic and public transit system.
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Meanwhile, Delhi Police has made adequate arrangements to ensure the general traffic of people on the roads for the proposed Bharat Bandh.
Senior police officers have been warned that anyone who tries to obstruct normal movement or forcibly closes shops is dealt with strongly. “The police appeal to everyone not to disturb the lives of ordinary citizens and residents of Delhi,” Delhi Police Pro said in a statement.
Here’s the list of Delhi’s road travelers to avoid today
- Traffic police said the boundaries of Singu, uc Chandi, Piao Maniyari and Mangesh have been closed.
- NH 44 is closed on both sides. Travelers have to take alternate routes via Lampur, Safiabad, Saboli, NH8 / Bhopra / Apsara border / External Expressway.
- Traffic has also been diverted from Mukarba and GTK Road. Avoid R Tur Ring Rd, GTK Road, NH 44.
- DCP Traffic Western Range said Tikri, ರೋ Roda Borders, Dhansa, is closed to any traffic movement.
Daurala, Kapashera, Badusarai, Rajokri NH8, Bijwasan / Bajghera, Palam Vihar and Dundahera are available in open borders to Haryana.
- Drivers to Noida have been warned to take DND
ChillaThe boundary of Noida Link Road is closed for traffic. NH 24 is also closed for traffic from Ghaziabad to Delhi.
Here is the list of road travelers in Haryana today
- Most of the districts in the state, except Nuh and Narnaul, are likely to be affected by major or minor road jams, the Haryana official said.
- In addition, disruptions can occur at various toll plazas across the state.
- The major national highways are Delhi-Ambala (NH-44), Delhi-Hisar (NH-9), Delhi-Palwal (NH-19) and
Rewari from Delhi(NH-48) may also see some traffic barriers in the short term. The maximum time of impact is from 12 noon to 3 noon.
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About Bharat Bandha
Farmers’ unions have called a ‘Bharat Bandh’ on December 8 for 12 days at the Delhi border, demanding the repeal of the center’s new agricultural market laws.
Negotiations between the government and protest farmers were held indefinitely after a five-round debate on Saturday as union leaders adhered to the demand for repeal of the new agricultural laws and held a ‘moun vrat’ demanding a clear ‘yes or no’ answer. The Center will call another meeting on December 9 to resolve the deadlock.
The government has introduced three agriculture laws that came into effect in September that are major reforms in agriculture that eliminate intermediaries and allow farmers to sell anywhere in the country.
However, protesting farmers have expressed fears that the new laws will pave the way for the elimination of the minimum support price safety cushion and the elimination of knees. The Center has repeatedly asserted that these procedures will remain.
(With inputs from agencies)