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Farmers movement: High court ordered to open Shambhu border, said – this is the lifeline of people

Nita Yadav

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High Court decision on Shambhu border

On February 10, 2024, the farmers announced a march towards Delhi, after which the Shambhu border of Punjab and Haryana was closed with the help of barricades. Now the Haryana-Punjab High Court has given its verdict on this border, which has said that the Shambhu border should be opened within a week.

After announcing the march in Delhi, the police closed the Shambhu border of Punjab and Haryana. Many people petitioned the court to open this border, after hearing which the High Court gave its verdict. The High Court has issued an order to the Haryana government asking that the barricades installed on the Shambhu border should be removed within 7 days.

Ordered to open the border within a week

Speaking to the media, Vasu Ranjan Shandilya, the lawyer of the petitioners filed against the border, said that a petition was filed by them to open the border long ago, stating that there is a reason to close the border. Shambhu was the border due to which the traders of Ambala are suffering heavy losses due to which the traders are suffering heavy losses which has led to starvation like situation. Vasu Ranjan further said that the Chief Justice has been appointed for the Punjab Haryana High Court only yesterday and while giving the decision today he talked about removing the barricades, this decision is in the interest of the people here and this is the order. For the traders of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal and Jammu and Kashmir, a new lease of life is in store. While giving the verdict, the High Court said that the border is a lifeline, so the highway should not be closed for long.

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The number of protesters has reduced compared to earlier

While delivering the judgement, he said that the situation has changed a lot compared to earlier and now the number of protestors has also reduced. Apart from the police, the court has also ordered farmers’ organizations to maintain law and order, while Punjab and Haryana have also been ordered to take care of law and order. On February 10, some farmers’ organizations from Punjab announced a march towards Delhi, which led to them being stopped at the Haryana border, after which several borders between Punjab and Haryana were barricaded and closed. Peasant protesters are still present on the Shambhu border, though their numbers have dwindled considerably, leading to the installation of barricades.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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