The peasant movement has intensified. It had a significant impact in Haryana. (Symbolic Photo-AP)
Farmers have registered several toll plazas in Haryana in protest, as well as recovery on other toll plazas.
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December 25, 2020, 5:20 PM IST
It may be recalled that the Indian Farmers Union had a few days back announced that Haryana would not be allowed to collect toll between December 25 and 27. After which the farmers first went to N.H. at Bastra in Karnal. Recovery has been halted by capturing a toll block at 22 and later recovery has also been halted at Toll Plaza, Karnal-Jind on Doublewali, Rohtak-Panipat Road in Sirsa. However, recovery continued on Friday at Kherki Toll Plaza in Gurugram.
Jaipur – Delhi disconnected
At the same time, on Friday, Haryana police on National Highway-48 stopped farmers on their way to Delhi from Rajasthan on the Shahjahanpur border in Alwar district to join the agitation. Angry farmers blocked the lane from Delhi to Jaipur. Due to this, Delhi has lost contact with Jaipur. The lane from Jaipur to Delhi has been closed. Police diverted traffic from Behrer and Pavta after the jam.Also read:
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Farmers gathered at the Shahjahanpur border on Friday to take part in the agitation. The farmers had a program in Delhi at 1 pm, but were stopped by Haryana police. This led to a confrontation between the one-time farmers and the Haryana police. Later, outraged farmers also blocked the second lane of the highway. Haryana Police has set up security there. At the same time, Rajasthan Police is also on alert mode.