The Delhi Police has now kept a strong watch on the farmers' agitation on the borders of Delhi. The strictness of the police has increased so much that now even the common people are not allowed to cross the border of Delhi. On Sunday, police were tightened at the Singhu and Tikri borders. The Ghazipur border was completely sealed. Now NH-24, NH-9, and Ghazipur Road, no one is allowed to go beyond Ghaziabad towards Anand Vihar.
Along with closing down the road, the way of going from the flyover above has been completely closed by the police. In such a situation, people moving between Delhi and Ghaziabad from Monday may face heavy problems. There is a possibility of heavy jams in the vicinity due to traffic diversion. According to information received from the police sources, the police were guarded and tightened wherever there was a sit-in demonstration of farmers in Delhi since the violence during Kisan Rally on Republic Day.
The bombing of the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi on Friday during the Beating Retreat Ceremony has further heightened the possibility of terrorist attacks. In view of this, the Delhi Police has now moved from the borders of Delhi towards the farmers' strike. The way of movement has been completely blocked. No one is allowed to go to the border through Delhi except to those associated with the police and other emergency services.
Near the Ghazipur border, from the flyover in front of Police Road No. 57-A to the top and bottom of the flyover, the barricades at both sides spaced a couple of times and placed slabs of concrete in between the path. On Sunday, barbed wire was also spread all over the barricades.