Farmers’ organizations, which have been agitating against agricultural laws since November 2020, have announced a chakka jam across the country on 6 February. Security increased in Delhi due to flywheel jam. Farmers’ organizations, however, have claimed that there are no plans for a flywheel jam in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Keeping in mind the violence during the tractor parade in Delhi on 26 January, Republic Day, the Delhi Police is not confident in the statements of the farmers. So today (Saturday 6 February), security has been tightened in Delhi in view of the blockade jam. Overnight Delhi Police has increased security in Delhi. Delhi Police has said that about 50 thousand personnel of Delhi Police, Paramilitary and Reserve Forces have been deployed in Delhi-NCR region. At least 12 metro stations in Delhi can be closed due to any disturbance.
Many areas of Delhi are on high alert
Security arrangements in many areas including Red Fort, ITO, India Gate, Rajpath, Vijay Chowk, Parliament House. Barbed wire barricades have been erected at the Singhu border, Ghazipur border and Tiki border. Apart from this, water cannon vehicle has also been deployed on the Singhu border and Ghazipur border.
Security increased in Delhi due to flywheel jam
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Water canon vehicle also deployed
Security has also been tightened outside the residence of Akshardham, Jantar-Mantar, Prime Minister’s House, Home Minister and other Union senior ministers in Delhi. Apart from this, the Special Cell’s SWAT team can also be called in an emergency situation if the environment gets bad.
Delhi Police gets instructions for a flywheel jam in a high level meeting
On 26 January, despite assurances by the peasant organizations, violence was promoted in Delhi. Keeping this in mind, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval had a meeting with Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava and other officials. In which the decision was taken in view of Chakka Jam.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has directed the Delhi Police to ensure strict security of all major establishments. Delhi Police has been asked to ensure that no incident like Red Fort takes place again on 26 January.
Giving information about the Chakka Jam program, the United Kisan Morcha has said that it will be done in the country, from Delhi, UP and Uttarakhand for three hours from 12 noon to 3 pm.
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