At least 50 farmers, who were trying to march to delhi citing 'unfair' the compensation for more than 1800 acres of agricultural land purchased by the haryana government, were detained by Gurugram police in Manesar. police said that the protesters were taken to Manesar police Lines in two buses. Farmers alleged that they were not given fair price for 1810 acres of land in five villages of Manesar. Therefore, they have decided to protest at Jantar Mantar in delhi on Tuesday.

After receiving the information, the police sent a notice to many farmer leaders late on monday evening but the farmers gathered for the march on tuesday morning under the banner of South haryana Kisan Khap Committee. An official said that more than 500 policemen were deployed in Manesar to stop these farmers from moving towards Delhi.

Section 144 imposed in Manesar

The entire Manesar was converted into a cantonment in the morning. When the farmers started moving towards delhi in the morning, the police took them into custody. Manesar Assistant police Commissioner Surendra Singh said that Section 144 has been imposed in the area and the police will deal strictly with the violators.

1200 tractor-trolleys deposited on Punjab-Haryana border

At the same time, according to the estimates of the Centre, about 14 thousand people along with 1200 tractor-trolleys, 300 cars and 10 mini buses and many other small vehicles have gathered on the Punjab-Haryana border. The Union home Ministry asked the punjab government to improve the deteriorating law and order situation and take strict action against law breakers. The home Ministry said that under the guise of farmers, many miscreants are gathering heavy machinery and pelting stones near the Shambhu border of punjab with Haryana.

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