Live updates from Delhi farmers’ protest march ‘Dilli Chalo’: A plea has been filed today in the Punjab and Haryana High Court against the suspension of internet services in several districts of Haryana and the closure of borders, in view of the fact that more than 200 farmer unions are preparing for the march.’ Dilli Chalo’ from Punjab. Meanwhile, Delhi Police has imposed Section 144 across the national capital for a month, starting today. An order issued by Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora declared that there is “an absolute prohibition” on organizing, calling or participating in processions, demonstrations, rallies or foot marches, whether for political, social or any other purpose. type, within the territory. the geographical boundaries of Delhi/New Delhi.
Earlier in the day, prohibitory orders under Section 144 were imposed at Ghazipur, Singhu and Tikri borders in Delhi, ahead of the farmers’ march. The police have also erected barricades and ensured presence of DCP level officers from outer districts (Outer North and Outer) at the border sites to ensure that law and order is maintained. Farmer leaders will meet the union government today at 5 pm to press the Center to accept their demands, including enactment of a law to ensure minimum support price (MSP) for crops, after which they would proceed to Delhi based on the results. of the conversations.
Weather update: After a cold and foggy winter, temperatures in the city are It is likely to increase in the middle of this week.. According to Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) officials, the maximum temperature is likely to touch 26 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. However, the minimum temperature is not expected to rise above 10 degrees, normal for this time of year, for most days, and mornings will remain cold.