Heavy deployment at Rajasthan border as farmer’s get ready to march to Delhi

The Alwar district of Rajasthan adjoining the Haryana border had become a cantonment area after the announcement from the farmers that the area would become the ground for their march and they will block the highway. The Central Government deployed the Central Reserve Police Force and Paramilitary Force on the highway. The Government had issued a high alert as the farmers had announced the call for Delhi March.

Meanwhile, the Government had deployed Jawans along the Haryana Border. After the failure of talks between the farmer organisations of Shahjanapur of Alwar district and Administration, they decided to march to Delhi. Rajasthan Kisan Mahapanchayat will be joining the agitating farmers in Delhi soon. President of Rajasthan Kisan Mahapanchayat will lead 51 Farmer’s organisations from Rajasthan to Delhi from Shahjahanpur.

National President Rampal Jat says all the farmers associated with his organisation have declared to march towards Delhi. The preparations for the March from Shahjahanpur to Delhi are complete. Moreover, the farmers are hurt and disappointed by the Central Government as they are not paying attention to their cause.

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For the Delhi March, Hanuman Beniwal, Amaram Choudhary, Jat Mahasabha State President Rajaram Meel, and other leaders will reach Delhi after heading to Shahjahanpur, led by Rampal Jat, National President of Kisan Mahapanchayat. Here, in the wake of the farmers’ announcement of Delhi March, the Haryana Police Administration, had deliberately tried to prevent the farmers from entering the Haryana border, has called a contingent of two CISF and one RAF on the highway border. Also, the Haryana Police had called an additional platoon on the border.

Haryana Administration is taking seriously about the restoration of peace on the Jaipur-Delhi National Highway. Meanwhile, the administration is taking seriously the announcement of the Delhi March of Farmers Organizations. Accordingly, Bawal DSP Rajesh Kumar said that they had appealled the Farmers Organization leaders so that the farmers’ don’t enter the border and maintain peace.