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  • Cops use batons, tear gas
  • Farmers try to cross the Haryana-Punjab border
  • Farmers forcibly remove cement barricade

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Farmers trying to cross the Haryana-Punjab border to enter Delhi were met with a strong police force, who tried to disperse them with tear gas and batons 

Chaos at Shambhu border as police try to stop farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' march

The police used tear gas and batons to disperse the protesting farmers who were trying to cross the Haryana-Punjab Shambhu border to participate in the "Dilli Chalo' march.

According to reports, the Haryana police repeatedly warned the farmers before resorting to firing multiple rounds of teargas to deter farmers from breaching the cement barricades.

Visuals also showed farmers forcibly removing the cement barricade with their tractors at the border.

Earlier, many farmers were detained and their vehicles were seized at the border by Haryana police soon after farmers’ unions began the ‘Dilli Chalo’ march amid heavy security.

Giving details about the tensions at the border, Inspector-General, Ambala Range, Sibash Kabiraj, told reporters, "We welcome the farmers coming from Punjab but if they travel on tractors, it will create problems for the people. They can travel on buses, trains, or by foot. If they come on tractors, we will not allow them."

"The traffic stops because of the tractors. People from Ambala and other areas around have requested the police to not allow framers to enter via tractors. And section 144 has also been imposed...," he added, according to ANI news agency.

According to Hinudstan Times newspaper, the farmers have been moving from the Ambala-Shambhu, Khanauri-Jind and the Dabwali borders towards Delhi.

Farmers began their tractor-trolleys march at 10 from Punjab's Fatehgarh Sahib .

Meanwhile, another group is moving towards the national capital from Mehal Kalan in Sangrur through Khanauri border.

Also read | Haryana police use drone to drop tear gas shells on protesting farmers


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