New Delhi: Police are heavily deployed with barricades at the border of the national capital as farmers agitating against the new agricultural laws of the Center have sealed the Delhi-Noida border.
Hundreds of farmers have gathered at the Noida-Delhi border, stopping traffic on a major route connecting Uttar Pradesh and the national capital.
However, three routes are open for coming to Noida. DND, Ashok Nagar and Kondli Border (which originates from Sector 11 of Noida). Apart from this, a large batch of farmers will enter Noida by 12 noon. The police will shift them on the shout border as well. Noida Police has given permission to the farmers to perform at one place.
The peasants also remained at the Chilla border, where multi-level security has been deployed along both Delhi and Noida along with a large number of policemen, preventing protesters from moving towards the national capital.
Two more borders connecting the national capital with Gurgaon and Jhajjar-Bahadurgarh have also been closed as a precautionary measure, causing heavy traffic jams in many parts of the city. With this, a total of five borders including Singhu and Tikri have been closed due to farmer agitation.
Know which routes of Delhi are closed and which are open:
Jharoda Border, Jhatikara border is closed for any traffic movement.
The Badusarai border is open for movement of only two wheelers.
Borders connecting Haryana – Dhansa, Daurala, Kapasera, Rajokhari NH 8, Bijwasan / Bajghera, Palam Vihar and Dundahera border are open.
The Singhu border is still closed on both sides.
Lampur, Auchandi and other smaller borders are also closed. Take alternate routes. Traffic diverted from Mukarba Chowk and GTK Road.
Chilla Border Road is closed from Akshardham Temple.
Avoid the Signature Bridge to Rohini and vice versa, GTK Road, NH 44 and the outer ring road to Singhu, Auchandi and Lampur border.
The Ghazipur-Noida Link Road is also closed.