Farmers' Tractor March

Delhi-Noida Border to witness Massive Jams...

New Delhi: On Monday, 26 February 2024, the tractor march is organised by the Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) and Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM).


The Noida Police has issued a traffic advisory. 


Warning for commuters of potential disruptions and diversions in the Delhi-Noida border region issued.


The BKU plans to conduct a tractor march along the Yamuna Expressway, stretching the march from Mehndipur in Rabupura to Falaida. 


To ensure the safety, the police have implemented prohibitory orders under Section 144 and deployed additional police force at key entry and exit points of Delhi and Noida.


The farmers' bodies have planned to take the tractor march through the Yamuna Expressway, Luharli Toll Plaza, and Mahamaya Flyover. 


To manage the anticipated traffic disruptions, the Noida Police have outlined specific measures in their traffic advisory. Vehicles traveling from Chilla border to Delhi can use the Sector 14A flyover via Golchakkar Chowk Sector-15, while those coming from the DND border can use the elevated route via the Film City flyover in Sector 18. Similarly, vehicles from the Kalindi border can navigate through the Mahamaya flyover via Sector 37.


For commuters using Yamuna Expressway, the advisory suggests using alternative routes and opting for the metro to minimize inconvenience. 


Good vehicles on specific routes will face restrictions, and drivers are advised to consider other paths to reach their respective destinations


On Sunday, the Delhi police lifted portions of the barriers at the Singhu and Tikri borders as the farmers decided to halt their proposed march towards the national capital.


The SKM has announced to see 'Quit WTO Day' today, demanding that the Centre pressurize developed countries to keep agriculture out of the World Trade Organization discussions.


Edited By: Arusha Farooq

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