Delhi Borders Cordoned Off With Stone Barricades To Prevent Farmers To Hold ‘Mahila Panchayat’

The police cordoned off Delhi’s borders with stone barricades on Sunday to forestall farmers and ladies from coming into the nationwide capital for a ‘Mahila Panchayat’ protest outdoors the brand new Parliament constructing. Following a name by a bunch of khap panchayats to carry an all-woman panchayat in help of the protesting wrestlers on the new Parliament constructing on Could 28, the Delhi Police has made strict safety preparations and determined to shut all borders. 

Earlier on Friday, Delhi Police sources advised ABP Information that no permission had been granted for the ‘mahila panchayat,’ and that every one roads resulting in the Parliament constructing round Jantar Mantar can be closed. The protesters won’t be allowed to carry the panchayat as a result of Prime Minister Narendra Modi shall be inaugurating the brand new Parliament constructing on the identical day, in keeping with police.

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The Delhi Police has additionally devised elaborate safety plans for Could 28. There shall be numerous police and paramilitary personnel deployed. Ladies law enforcement officials will even be deployed in massive numbers.

To forestall a legislation and order scenario, all of Delhi’s borders shall be sealed, together with the Singhu border, the Dilshad Backyard border, the Badarpur border, and the Tikri border, and paramilitary forces shall be deployed. Six extra firms shall be retained within the North East Delhi area, which was hit by riots in 2020. There will even be two girls firms stationed.

Final week, an umbrella group of khap panchayats introduced plans to carry an all-woman panchayat in help of the wrestlers, who’re demanding the arrest of Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.

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