There’s no relief in sight for the weary commuters from long traffic snarls as the farmers continued their agitation against the farm laws, choking the key entrances to the national capital for the eighth day on the trot. The Singhu border which connects Delhi and Haryana and also the main protest site for the farmers has been closed since Thursday, last week where thousands of farmers have been camping.
The Delhi Traffic Police has closed the Haryana-Delhi border at Singhu and Tikri for any traffic movement in view of the farmers’ protest. For now, Singhu, Lampur, Auchandi, Safiabad, Piao Maniyari, and Saboli borders are closed for all traffic movements.
While the police have kept the Haryana-Delhi border at Singhu and Tikri closed for traffic, the protest at Ghazipur which connects Delhi and Uttar Pradesh led to the closure of a key route connecting the national capital with the state for the third consecutive day. People coming to Delhi have been advised to avoid NH 24.
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