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Delhi witnesses heavy security, traffic jams on Bharat Bandh
New Delhi, Heavy security was deployed in Delhi and several roads were shut and borders were sealed as Samyukt Kisan Morcha gave a call for Bharat Bandh to oppose the Farm Laws.

Police, along with paramilitary forces were deployed at Delhi borders, and checking of vehicles was intensified at the border points as a precautionary measure in view of the 'Bharat Band'.

The Bandh remained peaceful in the national capital. DCP of New Dehi Deepak Yadav told UNI they had informed farmers that they were not allowed to enter the capital, or to hold protest on the streets. A protest was however held by trade unions at Delhi's Jantar Mantar.

"We enhanced numbers of the force for checking the border and adjoining roads to prevent protesters from entering Delhi," Priyanka Kashyap, DCP, East Delhi, told UNI.

Delhi's border points at Tikri, Singhu, Ghazipur and Apsara border, close to the sites where the farmers have been sitting, remained under heavy police deployment on Monday.

Police also shut the road near Red Fort in Delhi, to prevent any repeat of the incident that happened during the protest in January, when farmers had entered Red Fort.

Several roads leading to Delhi and adjourning carriageways were barricaded and traffic movements were diverted, Delhi Traffic Police said. Some Metro stations were also shut by Delhi Metro.

Protesting farmers meanwhile closed National Highway No 24, near Ghazipur border, and National Highway No 9 which connects Delhi to Punjab and Uttarakhand. While diversions were created by the Delhi Traffic Police, commuters faced problems and long traffic jams were witnessed in parts of the national capital on several arterial roads.

Government offices, shops and institutions remained unaffected by the Bandh in Delhi, and buses and other public transport plied as usual.

The Samyukt Kisan Morcha said the response to the Bandh was 'unprecedented', and Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait called the Bandh successful.

The Bandh was called on Monday to mark one year of the Farm Laws getting an assent by President Ram Nath Kovind.

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