In response to the upcoming farmers’ march to Delhi on February 13, the Haryana Police has implemented comprehensive security arrangements in the border and other sensitive districts to ensure the maintenance of law and order. A government spokesperson disclosed that, to safeguard public safety, Section 144 has been enforced in 15 districts, prohibiting any form of demonstrations or marches involving tractor-trolleys.
The Social Media Monitoring Cell is actively monitoring potential misinformation on social media platforms, and the general public is urged not to share content or videos without proper verification. Stricter actions will be taken against those disrupting law and order, emphasizing the Haryana Government’s commitment to maintaining peace in the state.
The spokesperson noted that industrial organizations in Kundli, Badhi, Bahadurgarh, and surrounding areas have appealed to the administration to take necessary steps to prevent protests, citing significant financial losses and job disruptions during previous incidents.
Assurances from various farmer organizations in the state have been received, pledging non-participation in the upcoming demonstration. The organizations have emphasized that tractor-trolleys are intended for agricultural use, not for protests.
Haryana Police appeals to the state’s residents to stay informed through their official social media accounts – @Haryana_Police and @DGPHaryana on Twitter, and Haryana Police on Facebook. Important updates, particularly related to traffic and other crucial information, will be provided regularly. Passengers traveling to Punjab are advised to follow traffic advisories issued by Haryana Police and minimize unnecessary travel. In case of emergencies, the public is encouraged to contact 112 for prompt assistance
QUOTE: Haryana Police appeals to the state’s residents to stay informed through their official social media accounts – @Haryana_Police and @DGPHaryana on Twitter, and Haryana Police on Facebook.