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Farmers’ verbalize: Delhi Police seeks AAP govt’s nod to exhaust 9 stadiums as temporary jails, whisper sources

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New Delhi: The Delhi Police bask in sought permission from the AAP govt to exhaust the city’s nine stadiums as temporary jails on account of the farmers’ ‘Delhi Chalo‘ march, govt sources stated on Friday.

“In look of the farmers’ march, the Delhi Police bask in asked the Delhi govt for permission to exhaust nine stadiums as temporary jails to care for the detained or arrested farmers,” a source stated.

On Friday morning, the Delhi Police damaged-down depart fuel on the Singhu Border to disperse protesting farmers who are heading in direction of the national capital as piece of the march to verbalize the Centre’s unusual farm authorized pointers.

There might be a heavy police deployment of security personnel with sand-encumbered trucks and water cannons stationed, utilization of barbed wire for fencing on the Singhu Border to stop the protesters from getting into the city.

Police stated they would possibly per chance presumably now not allow the agitating farmers to enter Delhi.

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