Keeping in mind the violence that took place during the Kisan Tractor Rally on 26 January, the Delhi Police is now not believing any claims of the farmer leaders. Farmers have announced Chakka Jam on 6 February. The gates of many stations of Delhi Metro have been closed as a precaution before this discus jam between 12 to 3 pm. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) was already on alert. Delhi Police has also received instructions to remain on high alert on Saturday.
Gates of these stations have been closed so far
• Mandi House
• Delhi Gate
• Red Fort
• JAMA Masjid
• Central Secretariat
Every visitor will be checked
In the borders on which the farmers movement is going on, the police have already tightened the security and these borders have been completely sealed. Today, the remaining borders will also be closely monitored and every visitor will be checked. The entry of suspects into the city can also be prevented. Police and paramilitary forces have been deployed especially on all major borders including the Badarpur border, Rajokri border, Kapashera border, Chilla border, DND, Kalindi Kunj, Maharajpur border, Apsara border, Bhopura border. Apart from this, the movement will also be controlled on Saturday through other small borders around Singhu and Tikri borders in outer Delhi.
The strict guard will remain in the Red Fort
Red Fort inside Delhi, ITO, Akshardham, India Gate, Rajpath, Vijay Chowk, Parliament House, Jantar Mantar, Prime Minister’s House, Home Minister, and other Union Senior Ministers’ residence will also be tightly guarded. Also, all major roads including Ring Road, Outer Ring Road, Mathura Road, NH-8, NH-24, GT Road, Rohtak Road will also be monitored by placing pickets in place.
The police have not issued any separate traffic advisory and due to Saturday being a day off, the rush on the roads is still less than the normal working days, but despite this, if needed, divert traffic through some routes can go. Also, due to picketing and checking, traffic can be heavy in some places.