A high alert has been issued in Millennium City Gurugram regarding farmers’ announcement of ‘Delhi Chalo’ on 13th February. In view of the deployment of 50 troops of central paramilitary forces in Haryana and the alarm amid bulletproof security arrangements, arrangements are underway at the Gurugram-Delhi, Gurugram-Jhajjar and Gurugram-Rewari borders. If necessary, other measures will be implemented along with barricading.
District leader of United Kisan Morcha Santokh Singh said that he will not participate in the march in Delhi on Tuesday, February 13. He will participate in the Bharat Bandh called by the United Kisan Morcha on February 16. During Bharat Bandh, farmers will continue to fight for the passage of the PPN Bill and for farmers’ pension. In such a situation, apart from security, the Gurugram Police also monitors social media so that any wrong post does not spoil the atmosphere in the district, besides keeping an eye on the farmers’ leaders.
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Action will be taken against those who publish inflammatory posts
The cyber police are monitoring the social networks around the clock regarding the movement of the farmers so that the atmosphere is not spoiled by any wrong post. The police also use various tools to identify and take action against those who publish inflammatory posts.
Mobile internet ban in seven districts of Haryana
At the same time, the Haryana government on Saturday banned mobile internet services and sending multiple SMS (messages) in seven districts ahead of the proposed ‘Delhi Chalo’ farmers’ march on February 13. According to the official order, mobile internet services will remain suspended in Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad and Sirsa districts from 6 am on February 11 to 11.30 pm on February 13, Bhasha reported. The decision to suspend mobile internet services, bulk SMS and all dongle services was taken as there was fear of disturbance of peace in view of the proposed march.
The order issued by TVSN Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary (Home Department), Haryana, said, “… through a request from the Additional Director General of Police, CID, Haryana, dated February 10, I have received information that farmers are organizing a march to some organizations.“According to the call, there is a possibility of tension, riots, protests, damage to public and private property and disturbance of peace in Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad and Sirsa districts. ”
Section 144 introduced in Panchkula
According to ANI, Section 144 was imposed in Panchkula, Haryana on February 13 in response to farmers’ announcement of ‘Delhi Chalo’. Panchkula DCP Sumer Singh Pratap said that processions, demonstrations, marches passed on foot or by tractor cart and other vehicles and the carrying of any stick, club or weapon prohibited.
Meanwhile, in a meeting with central farmers’ union leaders, Punjab Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee General Secretary Sarwan Singh Pandher in Amritsar said, “On February 12, I will meet Union Ministers Arjun Munda, Piyush Goyal and Nityanand Rai regarding the demands of farmers’ unions.” The meeting will be held in Chandigarh at 5 pm.
Notably, Sanyukt Kisan Morcha (Apolitical) and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha along with more than 200 farmers’ unions met on February 13 to pressurize the central government on various demands, including the passage of the Minimum Support Price (MSP) Bill. . for crops The ‘Delhi Chalo’ march was announced with support.