Today is the 70th day in the wake of the farmers’ agitation opposing agricultural laws on Delhi’s borders. The crowd of farmers on the Ghazipur border, the Indus border and the Tikari border is increasing continuously. Today, mahapanchayats of farmers are taking place in Rohtak and Jind. Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait is joining both places. At the same time, the Supreme Court has refused to intervene in the case of violence in Delhi on 26 January in protest against the three agricultural laws. The Supreme Court has said to give memorandum to the government. The Haryana government has suspended internet services in Kaithal, Jind, Rohtak, Sonipat and Jhajjar till 5 pm tomorrow.
A Ghaziabad police official said that online connectivity has been restored in the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders and its adjoining areas, but there may be some problems. On Wednesday, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that, the Center is not having any informal talk with the farmers. On the question asked on increased security at the agitation sites, cemented barricades and internet ban, Narendra Tomar said that this is an issue of local law and order.
Right now Tikait is in Jind’s Julana, after which he will go to Pauli village. This village is also in Jind itself. It is being told that Rakesh Tikait is moving forward under a strategy. At the same time, Gurnam Singh Chaduni is leading them. On the way, the climbers are gathering the farmers, after which Rakesh Tikait arrives and they are welcomed with flower garlands on behalf of the farmers. Due to the delay in Tikait’s Kharawad program, the farmers started going, but the task of stopping them has been assigned to Gurnam Singh. According to which the convoy is moving, it is believed that Tikait will not be able to reach Rohtak till 8:00 pm.