Thousand of farmers are gearing up in large groups for their 'Delhi Chalo' march, which is scheduled to reach the National Capital on November 27 to protest against the recently passed farm laws by the Centre, which the farmers fear will harm them.
However, the state of Haryana and NCT of Delhi have made a lot of arrangements to stop the farmers from venturing further. On the orders of Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar, Haryana has sealed it's borders with Punjab for two days.
Orders banning any kind of large gatherings have been imposed in the state and there is a heavy deployment of security personnel along with riot vehicles and water cannons on the borders of Haryana. Reportedly, water cannon were also used on farmers yesterday as they tried to cross the Haryana border.
Haryana has further, suspended all bus services to/from the state of Punjab. Farmers' groups, too, not being allowed to enter in the state, camped for the night on the Haryana border.
In Delhi too, the administration, citing coronavirus has not given permission for any rally. Further, security forces have been deployed on all borders.