Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, February 5
A delegation of Sikh farmers from Punjab joined ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act at Shaheen Bagh on Wednesday.
Updates from Shaheen Bagh’s official Twitter account said that the protesters were stopped on their way to the protest site, where protesters are holding sit-in protests 24 hours a day for the past two months, in the early hours of Wednesday. The delegation spent the night at Gurdwara Bala Sahib after Delhi Police refused to allow them to travel further, but joined the protesters on Wednesday morning, regular updates on the Twitter handle said.
The handle also tweeted videos of the delegation joining the protests.
Update 12:40 P.M— Shaheen Bagh Official (@Shaheenbaghoff1) February 5, 2020
We are overjoyed to welcome our sisters and brothers from Punjab amongst us! Our fight for the Indian constitution grows stronger with your solidarities ✊🏾✊🏾#ShaheenBaghProtests #shaheenbagh #defendtheconstitution pic.twitter.com/Syz0v77f9j
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