Agriculture law passed one year, protests in Delhi, border seal

Today one year has been completed when all the three agricultural laws were passed. This day is being made as ‘Black Day’. Meanwhile, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has also taken to the road to march in protest against it. Akali Dal’s demonstration in support of farmers has started from Rakabganj Gurdwara. Akali Dal workers have raised the demand to repeal the agriculture law.

In view of this, Delhi Police has closed many roads, barricaded them. Once again the border of Delhi has been sealed.

To prevent this protest from reaching the Parliament House, a large amount of police force has been deployed in the Shankar Marg area of ​​Delhi.

What does Delhi Police have to say?

Regarding the ongoing protest of Shiromani Akali Dal, it has been said on behalf of Delhi Police that, “Shiromani Akali Dal’s march from Gurdwara Rakabganj to Parliament which is to be held today is not allowed under the current guidelines to prevent the spread of Kovid virus.” Section 144 has been imposed in New Delhi district”.

The Akali Dal has termed this action of the police as an ‘undeclared emergency’.

Amidst all this, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has closed the entry and exit gates of Pandit Shriram Sharma and Bahadurgarh City Metro stations.

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