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Bikaner: The Punjab and Haryana borders will remain blocked on February 12 & 13 in wake of the farmers’ march to New Delhi. IG Omprakash Paswan is monitoring situation and appealed to people not to go on these routes. Section 144 has been imposed in Anupgarh, Sri Ganganagar & H’garh districts till Feb 20 midnight.
The IG is constantly communicating with SPs of Sri Ganganagar, Anupgarh and Hanumangarh. The police has placed 10 checkpoints and done barricading by installing cement boulders and metal barricades. Operation of public transport services (roadways), public transport and other buses will be disrupted on 12 and 13 Feb. Punjab-Haryana borders of Rajasthan will remain blocked due to proposed protest demonstration in Delhi on February 13 by various farmer organizations of the United Kisan Morcha. An appeal has been issued by the police, where people have been asked to avoid traveling in Punjab-Haryana. Besides, a separate route map has also been given for big trucks and transport vehicles, so that they do not face any problem.