Farmer Protest : Farmers to make Chakka Jam on February 6

New Delhi, 2/2 : (AO Bureau): To maintain law and order at the national capital’s Singhu, Ghazipur, and Tikari borders, the government has banned internet services. In protest against this, farmers have now decided to organize a nationwide Chakka Jam movement. The farmers decided after meeting in this regard on Monday that on February 6, all the national highways and state highways of the country will be jammed for 3 hours. Farmers are going to do this chakka jam movement against the huge security arrangements to ban the internet at various borders in Delhi and prevent farmers from entering the capital.

It is worth mentioning that on 31 January itself, the Union Home Ministry had extended the period of ban on Internet services in the areas around Singhu, Ghazipur, and Tikri Border. It was said in the order of the Ministry that the ban on internet services will continue in these areas till 11 pm on February 2. According to a report published in the English newspaper Hindustan Times, on Monday, Twitter India had banned the Twitter handle of 250 well-known celebrities on the farmer’s movement, after which the farmer’s organizations decided to block the wheel on 6 February.

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