Tikri border Live updates: Police begins to remove roadblocks

New Delhi: After 11 months after the protest began at the Tikiri border, once again there is a lot of commotion at the 2 borders of Delhi at this time. After the Tikri border, Delhi Police has now started removing the barricading from the flyover of the Ghazipur border on Thursday. Barbed wire, sharp nails and police barricading are being removed from the border. Yesterday, the barricading was also removed from the Tikri border. Let us inform you that for the last 11 months, farmers' agitation is going on the Delhi Meerut Expressway, due to which this road was closed. People going to Delhi were facing a lot of problems.

This route was closed after the violence on 26 January. Nails, bars were put in here and concrete was barricaded. Now Delhi Police is clearing this path with the help of JCB with the consent of the farmers. Cement walls and barricades are being removed. It is being told that after the consent of the farmers, these barricades on the Tikri border are being removed. Removal of barricading will bring great relief to the people commuting through this route.

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Earlier last night itself, Delhi Police has started removing the concrete wall and sharp nails on the Tikri border. However, it is being speculated that the purpose behind this is to start traffic on the closed roads. A senior Delhi Police official said that, at present, there is no traffic movement, the border is still closed. According to the information, Delhi Police is engaged in removing concrete walls, cement barricades with the help of JCB since evening.

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If the Delhi Police remove these barricades, then the opening of the Delhi-Rohtak road can get rid of the problems being faced in everyday traffic. At the same time, in the next 2 to 3 days, it is expected that the police will remove them and the vehicles will start running on these roads again.

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A meeting called between authorities from Haryana and the Delhi Police, which reports to the central government - both controlled by the BJP - finally resulted in an agreement which has now led to the barricades being cleared by earthmovers and bulldozers.

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