When the preparations by the farmer protesters for the Chakka Jam to be held on February 6are on its peak. At the same time, Bhartiya Kisan Union national spokesperson Rakesh Tikait has said that there will be no Bandh in the capital Delhi. In a conversation with the news agency ANI, he has said that those who are unable to come here will do the Chakka Jam peacefully on February 6 at their respective places. This Bandh will not happen in Delhi. Earlier, Rakesh Tikait has said that during Chakka Jam, people will be stopped and the information about flaws of the agricultural laws will be given to them.
Delhi Police increased security
Meanwhile, the Delhi Police has stepped up security arrangements at the Ghazipur border in view of the announcement of the agitators jam. Simultaneously, the deployment of security forces has been increased on the Singhu and Tikri borders.
No Chakka Jaam in Delhi-NCR, all roads leading inside Delhi to remain open except the ones where farmers’ protest are already going on: Samyukta Kisan Morcha— ANI (@ANI) February 5, 2021
Protesters attacked policemen with swords on the Singhu border last week, this time the department is particularly cautious and prepared commensurately.
The United Kisan Morcha has announced that all the national and state highways will remain closed during this Chakka jam from 12 to 3 pm on February 6. Simultaneously, the lawsuits and arrests lodged against farmers will be opposed after the violence during the tractor parade in Delhi on 26 January on Republic Day.
Notably, at the issue of frequent politicians visitat the site of the movement, the members of the United Kisan Morcha said that the movement is 100 percent farmers’, but everyone can participate in it. The farmers say that the participation of local people inChakka Jam to be held on February 6 will be noteworthy. People are very angry against the law of agriculture and the atrocities on farmers. They also demanded immediate resumption of disrupted Internet services.