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Farmers’ Protest: Tear Gas Shells Fired at Singhu Border

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At around 9 am about 10 tear gas shells were fired as farmers approached the barbed barricades set up by Delhi police on the Singhu border connecting Narela with Sonepat in Haryana.

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Updated: Nov 27, 2020 10:10 am IST

Tear gas projectiles fired by Delhi police land near protesting farmers as they tried to cross the border into Delhi, at the Singhu border in New Delhi on November 27.
Tear gas projectiles fired by Delhi police land near protesting farmers as they tried to cross the border into Delhi, at the Singhu border in New Delhi on November 27. (PTI)

Delhi police resorted to firing tear gas shells to deter a group of farmers who had reached the Singhu border on Friday morning.

At around 9 am about 10 tear gas shells were fired as farmers approached the barbed barricades set up by Delhi police on the Singhu border connecting Narela with Sonepat in Haryana.

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The police action meant that farmers were unable to enter Delhi. On Thursday, the police had arrested some 105 farmers from Jantar Mantar and Majnu Ka Tilla for successfully entering the city and starting their demonstrations. They were all reserved.

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