Noida: FIR against Sukhbir Singh and his supporters for stopping traffic while gheraoing Dadri MLA – India Times Hindi News

New Delhi: An FIR has been lodged against Sukhbir Khalifa, a farmer leader at Knowledge Park PS, 28 of his supporters and 200 unidentified people for violating Section 144 of CrPC and causing traffic jam at Noida Zero Point, a police commissioner of Gautam Buddh Nagar told ANI. Has been done. has been done. ,

The Commissionerate of Police further said that many ambulances with patients were stuck for a long time due to the traffic jam, threatening their lives.

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Senior officers and the police had to intervene, they arrived on time by opening the way. According to a report in TOI, traffic on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway remained affected for over one and a half hours as protesting farmers on Tuesday surrounded Dadri MLA Tejpal Singh Nagar on his way to Jewar, where UP CM Yogi Adityanath Were. Reviewing the system. Noida airport inaugurated

At around 2.30 pm the farmers of Bharatiya Kisan Sangathan led by Sukhbir Khalifa stopped the town near zero point and questioned him and asked what he had done in the last 5 years and also demanded 40% reservation for youth in local companies. Of. The policemen accompanying the MLA asked him to speak only at Noida Zero Point, but in the meantime, according to the Times of India report, the traffic kept increasing.

As reported by TOI, frustrated by the rushing traffic for a long time, several ambulances were also stuck in it, a woman who was on her way to Tappal, where her mother passed away, got out of her vehicle to shout at the protesters.

After a heated argument, the farmers decided to leave at around 4 pm. TOI reported that traffic resumed on the expressway after a few minutes.

The farmers have said that they will continue their strike till all their demands are met, till the MSP is ensured. On 19 November, PM Narendra Modi announced that three agriculture laws – Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Agricultural Services Act, 2020 and Essential Commodities (Amendment) )) Act, 2020 – This was the reason why the protest which started almost a year ago will be withdrawn, but farmers say that unless it is withdrawn during the winter parliament session and they agree to all their demands Till then they will not stop protesting.

According to sources in ABP News, the Union Cabinet has approved the draft law to repeal agricultural laws introduced in the cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today.