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Heavy traffic jam at Gurugram-Delhi border as police stop vehicles for checking in view of the farmers' agitation over new farm laws. (PTI)
Heavy traffic jam at Gurugram-Delhi border as police stop vehicles for checking in view of the farmers' agitation over new farm laws. (PTI)

Farmers' protest: Traffic woes continue in Delhi NCR

  • Several roads connecting Delhi with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh are choked due to roadblocks.

Serpentine queues of vehicles clogged the roads in parts of the national capital on Tuesday as the Delhi Police kept the Singhu and Tikri borders with Haryana closed for traffic and heightened checking at other places in view of the ongoing farmers' protest.

The closure of borders has also resulted in heavy traffic on other alternate routes between Delhi and Haryana.

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"Singhu Border is still closed from both sides. Please take alternate route. Traffic has been diverted from Mukarba Chowk & GTK road. Traffic is very very heavy. Please avoid outer ring road from Signature Bridge to Rohini & vice versa, GTK road, NH 44 & Singhu border," the Delhi Traffic Police tweeted.

"Tikri border is closed for any Traffic Movement. Badusarai and Jhatikara borders are open only for two wheeler traffic. Available open Borders to Haryana are Jharoda, Dhansa, Daurala, Kapashera, Rajokri NH 8, Bijwasan/Bajghera, Palam Vihar and Dundahera," it said in another tweet.

More protesters converged near the borders of the national capital as the stir by farmers against the agri laws appeared to intensify, prompting the Delhi Police to enhance security and place concrete barriers at all entry points from Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

(Also read: Delhi turns into a traffic quagmire as farmer protests rage on)

The farmers, who on Sunday had announced that they would block five points of entry into Delhi in coming days while rejecting the Centre's offer to hold talks once they move to the Burari ground, said they have come for a decisive battle and urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to listen to their "mann ki baat".

Peaceful protests were underway at both the Singhu and Tikri borders, where farmers had gathered from Punjab and Haryana, for the sixth day.

The numbers of farmers at the Ghazipur border swelled, with more joining them from Uttar Pradesh.

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.

  • First Published Date : 01 Dec 2020, 10:59 AM IST