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NEW DELHI: Delhi Police is securing the borders, and the way! Roads are being dug up with cranes, iron grills and spikes are being cemented to the bottom, layers of barricades are being laid out – with concrete poured between two obstacles for stability – and concertina wire and boulders positioned to create extra obstacles.
Stung by the violence on January 26, which caught them off-guard, and decided to forestall a repetition, the cops are going to extraordinary lengths to maintain the protesting farmers at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur grounded.
On Monday, of some policemen sporting an armour-like gear went viral on social media. These metal batons have a forearm guard and had been placed on trial after over 500 personnel complained of receiving accidents on their hand whereas dealing with the protesters on Republic Day. It was clarified that their use was but to be authorised and just a few had been being examined at Shahdara. “We will not use them till our senior officers give us the nod,” mentioned a cop.
A name has been given for a three-hour chakka jam on February 6 by the Samyukt Kisan Morcha to protest towards these measures, arrests, suspension of web, sealing of roads, stoppage of water provide and, after all, the farm legal guidelines. The cops are imposing a form of chakka jam of their very own by putting in tyre slashers.
Meanwhile, police commissioner S N Shrivastava visited the Ghazipur border and took inventory of the safety preparations there. He additionally addressed his males from atop a barricade.
There was some consternation among the many locals and farmers at Tikri when digging up of roads began on Sunday night time. Some took to twitter. By morning iron grills and spikes had been embedded within the dug-up space and cemented with boulders positioned forward of this space to separate the protest web site from the cops.
On Monday morning, a concrete mixer truck was busy pouring recent batches of cement combination within the large hole between barricades at Singhu border with labourers fortifying this later by welding iron rods with hooks to the obstacles. New batches of concrete obstacles stored arriving and a crane was used to rearrange them in a maze. This continued until the night underneath the strict supervision of Delhi Police and an RAF contingent because the administration tried to isolate the principle protest township on Delhi-Chandigarh freeway.
Over the final couple of days, a five-layer barricading with vehicles, cranes, containers and concrete bars had been arrange on the Delhi aspect and a no-vehicle zone, a number of kilometres lengthy, put in place. Equipped with Vajra autos, cranes and-riot management vans, this zone can now be accessed solely by the cops with the media being allowed to enter on foot.
Multiple vehicle-mounted loudspeaker programs had been discovered to be blaring high-pitched patriotic songs proper subsequent to the stage arrange by Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee in what appeared to be a transfer to create psychological stress. The playlist had quite a lot of songs, from ‘Chale Chalo’ from ‘Lagaan’ to different fashionable ones from the movie, ‘Border’. A police officer mentioned this was supposed to maintain the morale of the safety personnel excessive.
Barriers have been positioned on the method roads too and other people must take a detour of some kilometres by paddy fields behind the economic items on both aspect of the street to succeed in the protest web site. Gurtej Singh, a younger farmer from Moga, mentioned that the federal government was treating its personal folks like outsiders. “Punish those who carried out wrong acts at Lal Quila but what is the point of raising walls at the borders of the national capital?” he requested.
Meanwhile, the police commissioner on Monday introduced a compensation of Rs 25,000 for the cops who had been injured grievously within the January 26 riots and Rs 10,000 for these with different critical accidents. The district DCPs have been requested to suggest enhanced monetary help in particular circumstances.


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