In the interest of the nation, the farmers have already opened one side of roads at Delhi’s borders for emergency services, the SKM said in a statement.
Due to the sudden closure of the route, several vehicles piled up on the busy road stretch at the Uttar Pradesh-Delhi border around 8 pm.
He said this is a record, bettering the mark of 81 per cent set by Chandrababu Naidu in Andhra Pradesh.
The board shall be constituted by the Secretary of Health Department of Delhi government, the high court said and posted the matter for further hearing on April 14.
On March 2, the Ghazipur border, which remained closed since January 26 following the Republic Day violence, was reopened for vehicular movement. Later, the border was closed for traffic movement.
So far, a total of 14 people have been arrested in connection with the violence.
They claimed on Friday that over 10,000 farmers participated in ‘mahapanchayats’ in Bilari and Bahadurgarh.
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Without getting into the debate of the new farm laws being good or bad, let’s come straight to the point.
Farmer unions on Monday announced a countrywide 'Chakka Jaam' on February 6 from 12 pm to 3 pm.
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Satish Chandra Misra alleged that farmers have been termed as anti-nationals and terrorists.
Bollywood star Akshay Kumar and Badminton ace Saina Nehwal have come under the scanner for posting identical tweets about the ongoing farmers’ protest.
“As far as the chakka jam is concerned, we can guarantee it will be peaceful and a huge success.
The remarks from the US administration come a day after India hit out at celebrities like pop star Rihanna and environment activist Greta Thunberg for allegedly spreading inaccuracies about the strike
Quoting figures, RCP Singh said that Bihar has done well in the agriculture sector after abolishing the APMC Act.