Heavy police deployment at Ghazipur border protest site
On Thursday afternoon, there was a heavy deployment of Delhi Police,
The police also pressed drones for surveillance at the Ghazipur protest site, where the farmers have been sitting on protest against the three farm laws since November last year.
Addressing media, Tikait said: "I will meet the police and administration as they have cut the electricity supply and also stopped the drinking water facility since last night. And when there is no electricity and water supply, then it will affect our movement."
The Ghazipur protest site has seen several people leaving the protest site after the January 26 violence at several places in the national capital.
On Thursday, there were around 500 farmers and over 100 tractors, against the thousands there for last two months.
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