Roads of Tikri border closed for 10 months will open, Delhi Police engaged in removing barricades, concrete wall | Roads of Tikri border closed for 10 months will open, Delhi Police engaged in removing barricades, concrete wall



Digital Desk, New Delhi. The news of the opening of the closed road due to the demonstration on the Tikri border is coming in the midst of the farmers’ agitation for the last 11 months against the agricultural law. Delhi Police is busy in 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 told IANS that there is no traffic movement at the moment, 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.

If the Delhi Police removes 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.

Although recently the Haryana government officials reached the Tikri border and took stock of the situation, the officials also noticed that the roads were closed.

(IANS)



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