new Delhi: The Ghazipur border of Delhi is once again at the center of discussion amid the peasant movement. In view of the increasing number of farmers and the situation created after the Republic Day parade, the number of security personnel has been increased on the border. Meanwhile, pointed nails were placed on the Ghazipur border by Delhi Police. The news of the removal of these spikes is going viral, on which the Delhi Police has said that the pointed nails which have been installed on the Ghazipur border to stop the farmers, have not been removed, but re-positioning has been done.
Protests of farmers are continuing on the borders of Delhi regarding agricultural laws. After the violence on Republic Day, the police had tightened the security system at the borders and barricaded many layers, barbed wire with barbed wire, due to which the Delhi Police was very much targeted. Opposition parties are constantly attacking Delhi Police. Delhi Police has now re-positioned these nails.
According to media reports, these nails were removed at around 11 am. Those who were removing these spikes, when asked, they did not give any answer about this. At the same time there was a Delhi policeman with the employees, who kept silence on this whole issue. Later, it was clarified to the Delhi Police that the nails are not being removed but re-positioning is being done. People do not have problems, so some places are being left vacant for commuting. In fact, MPs from 10 opposition parties had reached the Ghazipur border to meet the farmers, but they could not reach the UP Gate from the Delhi border due to the sharp nails with barricades and barricades. Only after this the nails have been repositioned.