It has been told in the information that about 2500 officers of Delhi Police will be stationed along with 3,000 personnel of paramilitary forces on the Singhu border. Apart from this, water cannon, tear gas and anti-riot squad etc. have been deployed. All these will control those who forcefully cross and anti-social elements in Delhi. Taking lessons from the uproar on Republic Day last year, security has been kept tight this time.
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Police officials said that the farmers were not allowed to enter Delhi, to assemble near the Parliament House. Instead, the police had asked them to reconsider their protest plan in view of the Corona guidelines. On this, the farmers have assured the police that till the end of the monsoon session, about 200 farmers will reach Jantar Mantar every day between 11 am and 5 pm to protest against the agricultural laws.
A senior police officer said that taking lessons from the uproar on Republic Day, this time very strong arrangements have been made. All roads leading to Delhi are being closely monitored round the clock. Barricading has been done on other routes along the main highway. We have deployed troops in sufficient quantity. Apart from this, drones have also been deployed so that remote monitoring can be done.
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