Haryana Police on Sunday night fired teargas canisters to thwart a march of a gaggle of agitating farmers in direction of Delhi at Masani barrage in Rewari district.
Farmers first broke police barricades put up close to Bhudla Sangwari village after which began transferring in direction of Delhi within the night.
They’ve been tenting on the service lane of the Delhi-Jaipur freeway for the previous few days, police mentioned.
When the farmers’ group reached Masani barrage the place the barricades had been put up, police used teargas to disperse them.
“We’ve got stopped them (farmers) at Masani,” Rewari Superintendent of Police Abhishek Jorwal mentioned over the telephone.
On December 31, a gaggle of farmers had damaged police barricades on the Shahjahanpur border with Rajasthan, making an attempt to maneuver in direction of the nationwide capital.
Police had then too resorted to teargas shelling in addition to utilizing water cannons to cease them.
A lot of farmers from Rajasthan, Haryana and another locations have been protesting on the Jaipur-Delhi freeway for the previous a number of days, demanding the repeal of recent farm legal guidelines.
They’ve been tenting on the Rajasthan-Haryana border level after police had earlier stopped them from continuing in direction of Delhi as a part of their “Delhi Chalo” march towards the brand new farm legal guidelines.