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Delhi Metro stations may be closed due to farmers' Chakka jam
Delhi Metro stations may be closed due to farmers' Chakka jam

New Delhi: Today farmers all over the country are going to start Chakka Jam, in such a situation Delhi Police is on alert. On January 26, the police administration, the Home Ministry has already geared up for whatever violence could not be repeated under the garb of the tractor parade. The DMRC has also been alerted by the police. If the situation worsens, instructions have been given to close 12 metro stations in New Delhi immediately.

Police has said that if the 12 metro stations of New Delhi area are called for closure on short notice today, the DMRC should be ready for this. The DCP has said that this can be said to be in keeping with the circumstances of law and order and crowd control. That is why the metro staff should be ready. All these metro stations fall in the New Delhi area. After the violence on 26 January, there is already a Delhi Police alert regarding Chakka Jam. All these metro stations will be closed immediately with the slightest hint of violence. The general public may have problems in movement.

Traffic will be stopped on national and state highways in the country under Chakka Jam. Directions have also been issued on behalf of Dr. Darshan Pal of Morcha regarding Chakka Jam. In the 3-hour Chakka jam, the horns of vehicles will be played for 1 minute at 3:00 pm, after which the jam will be end.

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