Delhiites extended their support to the government's decision of movement of public buses with full seating capacity amid COVID-19 pandemic. One of the conductors of the public bus said, "Passengers were facing problem, so they will benefit from the decision." One of the commuters said, "We were...
The air quality of the national capital degraded on November 30 as Delhiites woke up to hazy morning. Parts of Delhi were seen covered with thick layer of smog. According to Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the Air Quality Index (AQI) of the national capital is in 'poor to very poor' category.
Situation is peaceful and under control at Delhi-Haryana border (Singhu border), informed Surender Yadav, Joint CP (Northern Range), Delhi on November 30 as farmers decided to continue their protest against the new agricultural laws and rejected the central government's offer. "Situation is peaceful and under control. We are in contact with them (farmers). Our objective is to maintain law and order. We have deployed enough force," said Yadav to ANI.
On November 30, farmers continued their protest against the central government's agriculture laws at Delhi-Haryana border. They stayed put at Singhu border and continued their 'dharna' after refusing to entertain centre's offer of conditional talks which included all of the farmers to settle at government decided ground in Burari. "We are protesting for last three months. Earlier, we were protesting in our villages against the new agriculture laws. It is not beneficial for us at all. We have had three meetings but they are not fruitful. They are wasting our time," a protester said. Meanwhile, heavy police is also deployed at Delhi-UP border. The farmers are agitating ever since passing of new farm laws by central government.