New Delhi, March 19: The national capital prepares itself for March 20 call of Jat protestors. Massive traffic has built up on Noida-Delhi link road due to barricading ahead of Jat protests.
Traffic builds up on Noida-Delhi link road due to barricading ahead of Jat protests. pic.twitter.com/UeB91odZki
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Ahead of the Jat protests, Delhi police has barricaded main roads and borders to deny agitators’ entry into the city, besides issuing prohibitory orders in the national capital on Sunday.
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The All India Jat Aarakshan Sangarsh Samiti (AIJASS), has been denied permission to carry out a march to Parliament. Though the association of Jats seeking reservation for the community have threatened to block all highways leading to the capital. They have have demanded the reservation and withdrawal of cases against all Jats during last year’s protests in neighbouring Haryana.
Delhi police on Sunday morning asked all district DCPs and station house officers to be on alert. Police said, “A dharna or protest will not be allowed under any circumstance. Massive security measures have been put in place tomorrow.”
Meanwhile, 4 cops including a Deputy Superintendent of Police, were injured in Fatehabad district in Haryana when Delhi-bound Jat community protesters clashed with them.
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