It has been one year since the passing of all three central agricultural laws.On September 17, 2020, in view of the interests of farmers, the Narendra Modi government had passed 3 central agricultural laws, but its opposition continues.Meanwhile, the Shiromani Akali Dal is celebrating 'Black Day' on Friday on the completion of one year of the passing of the three agricultural laws.
In the line of protest, a march was also taken out to the Parliament under the leadership of Shiromani Akali Dal.In view of the march, the Delhi Police had barricaded at many places, due to which the roads were closed at places.Section 144 was imposed in New Delhi.In such a situation, people had to face traffic jams at various places.At the same time, Delhi Police has registered a case against 11 Akali workers for violating the rules.
On Friday, Akali Dal workers have taken out a march from Rakabganj Gurdwara to Parliament House.Former Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab and Akali Dal leader Sukhbir Singh Badal also joined this march.It is being told that in March, former Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur also participated.
Let us inform you here that on September 17, 2020, all three agricultural laws were passed in the Lok Sabha and late evening Harsimrat Kaur tendered her resignation.
Security was also tightened with a diversion on various routes of Delhi-NCR on Friday regarding the march of Shiromani Akali Dal.Due to this, there was a traffic jam in Delhi in the morning.The Jharoda Kalan border was closed by the Delhi Traffic Police by putting up barricades due to the farmers' agitation.Along with this, people were told that please avoid using this route.
At the same time, security arrangements were made at Shankar Road in Delhi in view of the 'Black Friday Protest March' announced by the Shiromani Akali Dal on the completion of one year of the three central agricultural laws.
Due to barricading and route diversion, there was jam in these areas
Let us inform you that the Aam Aadmi Party is also taking out a candle march across Punjab on Friday to pay tribute to the farmers who lost their lives during the ongoing agitation against the agricultural laws.If AAP leaders are to be believed, there is anger among farmers against all three black central agricultural laws across the country.AAP says that all three black Central Agriculture Bills were passed in Parliament on September 17, 2020, hence September 17 is being celebrated as Black Day.
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