Farm laws: Concrete barriers set up at Ghazipur, Delhi-Ghaziabad border as farmers refuse to move

11.41 am: A medical check-up camp is set up at Singhu border, where farmers are camping to protest against the agricultural laws. “We should conduct Covid-19 test here,” a doctor tells ANI. “If there’s any possibility of a super spreader, the disease might spread to other people which will be disastrous.”

11.35 am: The Delhi Police have put up concrete barriers at Ghazipur and Delhi-Ghaziabad border after farmers threatened that they will block five points of entry into the national Capital Sonipat, Rohtak, Jaipur, Ghazipur-Hapur and Mathura – over the next few days, the Hindustan Times reports. A police officer tells the newspaper that cement jersey barriers have been placed at Ghazipur border to stop farmers’ from entering in with vehicles.

9.09 am: The chief ministers of Punjab and Haryana continue to spar over the farmers’ agitation. After Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday said the Punjab government will be fully responsible if there is a catastrophic situation due to the large gatherings…

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