Farmers from Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana plan a protest march to Delhi, demanding MSP guarantees. Traffic advisories are issued by Delhi, Noida, and Haryana police, urging commuters to expect delays. The protest aims to press the government on various demands, including MSP assurances for crops.
the ongoing agricultural unrest, farmers from Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and
Haryana are gearing up for a massive protest march towards the national
capital, Delhi. The protest, scheduled for Tuesday (February 12), aims to draw
attention to the farmers' demands, particularly the assurance of Minimum
Support Price (MSP) for their produce. Commuters in Delhi-NCR are advised
to brace themselves for potential traffic disruptions as the protest unfolds.
protest, organized by over 200 farmer unions under the banner of 'Delhi Chalo'
by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, is expected to witness a significant turnout.
With tractor trolleys in tow, farmers plan to converge on Delhi from various
entry points, creating traffic bottlenecks along the way.
To mitigate the impact of the protest on traffic flow, authorities in Delhi, Noida, and Haryana have issued detailed traffic advisories. These advisories outline alternative routes and suggest utilizing metro services to minimize inconvenience. Intensive security measures, including checkpoints and route diversions, are planned at border areas to ensure the safety of commuters and manage the flow of traffic.
Delhi Police have issued specific instructions regarding the movement of
vehicles at key entry points to the city. Restrictions on heavy goods vehicles
(HGVs) and interstate buses are anticipated, with alternative routes
recommended for smoother transit. Additionally, commuters traveling towards
Ghaziabad through the Gazipur border are advised to consider alternative routes
to avoid congestion.
Delhi Airport has also issued an advisory, alerting travelers to potential
traffic diversions and delays due to the farmers' protest. Commercial vehicle
operators are urged to plan their journeys accordingly and stay updated on
traffic updates to minimize disruptions.
light of these developments, both commuters and authorities are bracing
themselves for a challenging day ahead, with the farmers' protest march
expected to test the resilience of Delhi-NCR's transportation infrastructure.