Farm laws: PM Modi attacks Opposition parties over protests, says they are playing tricks on farmers
The attack comes when thousands of farmers are gathered at the entry points of the national capital, seeking the repeal of the three laws, which Modi called historic.
Security was stepped up after farmers threatened to block more highways connecting the national capital.
Raising the issue, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra alleged that the interests of farmers were ignored in new agricultural laws.
Doctors were making the protesters aware of the safety guidelines amid the pandemic as most of them were seen roaming without masks and not ensuring proper social distancing.
The Sena singled out Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar for claiming a Khalistani link in the protests.
The traffic police has also urged people to take an alternate route as the Singhu border is still closed from both sides.
Khattar has claimed said that he had tried to talk to his Punjab counterpart on many occasions over telephone on the 'Delhi Chalo' march by farmers' protesting the Central farm reform laws.
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While the farmers have parked themselves on the Singhu and Tikri borders, they decided to block three more entry points into Delhi —Ballabgarh, Daruhera and Hapur.
This comes in response to the Haryana CM's allegations where he said that he had made a "continuous effort to get in touch with Amarinder Singh" but could not get hold of him.
Replying to a query, Shah also criticised AIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi over his reported remarks on the action the NDA government.
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav too flayed the Centre, accusing it of seeking to mortgage the country to the rich.
Gautam who is in-charge of Punjab, Uttarakhand states as well as Chandigarh union territory also said that people associated with Shaheen Bagh protests have joined the ongoing farmers' protest.
The Aam Aadmi Party has supported the farmer's protest and its national convenor Arvind Kejriwal asked the Centre to immediately meet the farmers.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar urged the central government to not ignore such a 'large mass movement' and accept the farmers' demands for guaranteed MSP.