February 13 ‘Dilli Chalo’ march by farmers: Barricading in Rohtak, Section 144 imposed in Jhajjar : The Tribune India

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February 13 ‘Dilli Chalo’ march by farmers: Barricading in Rohtak, Section 144 imposed in Jhajjar

Delhi, Haryana police strengthen security arrangements

February 13 ‘Dilli Chalo’ march by farmers: Barricading in Rohtak, Section 144 imposed in Jhajjar

Concrete blocks being placed near the Delhi border. Tribune Photo



Tribune News Service

Ravinder Saini

Rohtak, February 10

Three companies of the Central Paramilitary Forces, including ITBP and SSB, have reached Rohtak and Jhajjar districts to deal with any emergency in view of the farmers’ proposed Delhi march on February 13. The authorities in both districts have also identified the points where barriers would be placed to prevent the entry of farmers.

Spike strips put up by the police in the Jakhal area of Fatehabad district on Saturday. Tribune Photo

Cops reaching out to khaps

SHOs are holding meetings with farm unions, khap panchayats, gram sarpanches and other prominent people to convince them not to participate in the march

Sources said the Delhi Police were also strengthening the security arrangements at Tikri, Najafgarh and Dhansa borders connecting Haryana from Jhajjar district. It had started stocking obstacles near the borders in order to place them at appropriate points. They were coordinating with the Jhajjar police to chalk out joint strategies.

“Two companies of the paramilitary forces have arrived in Rohtak and one in Jhajjar district. The personnel will be deployed at crucial points to assist the police,” said the sources.

Rohtak SP Himanshu Garg said adequate arrangements had been made in the district to maintain law and order. “We are coordinating with Jind and other districts in connection with security arrangements at the borders. Structural barricading has been done and concrete blocks have been placed at various points. We have appealed to people not to indulge in any activity which causes public inconvenience,” he said.

Jhajjar SP Arpit Jain said all SHOs had been asked to hold meetings with farm unions, khap panchayats, gram sarpanches and other prominent people in their area to convince them not to participate in the march.

“Adequate security arrangements have been made and Section 144, CrPC, has been imposed. We will not let law and order deteriorate in any condition,” he said.

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