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Farmers' protest: Police clear path for commuters as farmers halt march

Updated on: 26 February,2024 07:33 AM IST  |  New Delhi
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Singhu and Tikri borders have been partially opened for commuters, police ensure vigilance

Farmers' protest: Police clear path for commuters as farmers halt march

Farmers along with family members stage a protest on Sunday. Pic/PTI

As the farmers halted their proposed march towards the national capital, the Delhi police on Sunday arranged a pathway for the commuters by removing a portion of blocks at the Singhu and Tikri borders.


“We are removing a portion of the barrier from Point-A to Point-B for the commuters. The deployment of police and paramilitary forces will ensure strict vigil round the clock. Force deployment will stay in place. Vehicle movement will not be allowed for now,” a senior police officer said.


On Sunday, the city police removed two huge cement barriers for those commuters who walk towards Delhi using a small passage at the Singhu and Tikri borders. A commuter Suresh said he commutes to Kundali for work but due to the barriers he has to walk an additional distance of more than a kilometre everyday.


“There is one narrow passage for the commuters through which only one person can go through. But now we got to know that the police is opening the barrier for the people. This will surely ease the problem,” Suresh said.

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