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BS Web Team  | New Delhi 


Farmers, who are protesting against three new farm laws, faced water cannons and broke police barriers at the state's border with Haryana as they pushed towards the capital on Thursday in their 'Dilli Chalo' march. At the Shambhu border, the Haryana Police and Punjab protesters in their tractor-trolleys faced each other off on a bridge over the Ghaggar River.

services from neighbouring cities to the capital will remain suspended in view of the 'Delhi chalo' protest march by farmers against the Centre's new farm laws, DMRC said today. However, metro services will be available from Delhi towards the NCR sections.

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said the new agriculture laws passed by parliament in the monsoon session were "need of the hour" and that the government ready to talk with farmers on December 3, and resolve differences.
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First Published: Thu, November 26 2020. 06:22 IST