Farmers' protest: In Gurugram, traffic chaos continues

Our Correspondent

Gurugram, November 30

With farmers from Nuh and Rajasthan announcing plans to march and join farmers camping at various borders in Delhi, the Gurugram police has been put on high alert.

Highly placed sources claimed that there were intelligence reports of some farmers having crossed the Gurugram-Delhi border following which border security has been stepped up at Sirhaul, Kherki Daula, KMP and Sohna road.

The police have put over 100 barricades and rigorous checking of all vehicles is being done. The checking and heavy barricading continues to take a toll on the Sirhaul border where hundreds of cars stood in a jam of about one hour today in the morning and evening.

“We have managed to ensure peace. There have been reports of congestion but we have managed the traffic scenario pretty well,” said police commissioner KK Rao.

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