At the Shambhu border on the Punjab-Haryana border, protesting farmers made a bold statement on Tuesday, February 13,  during their "Delhi Chalo" march by vandalising safety barricades and throwing them down from a flyover. In response, police resorted to using water cannons to disperse the crowd. The confrontation escalated as farmers forcibly removed cement barricades in an attempt to cross the border. Despite the clashes, Punjab Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee General Secretary Sarwan Singh Pandher emphasised that the protest, involving around 10,000 individuals, remained peaceful while also alleging the use of tear gas against them through drones. The determination of the farmers to press for their demands was evident, with the protest showing no signs of relenting until the government addressed their grievances. Farmers Protest: Police Use Tear Gas Drones at the Haryana-Punjab Shambhu Border To Disperse Crowd (Watch Video).

Barricades Tossed Aside

Farmers Remove Barricades

Farmers Vandalise Safety Barricades

Police Use Water Cannons

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