Haryana to seal borders to prevent ‘Delhi Chalo’ stir
The Haryana government on Tuesday said it will seal borders with Punjab on November 26-27 to prevent farmers of that state from marching into Delhi for their "Delhi Chalo" protest event in the national capital. This comes even as the Modi government extended an invitation to the Punjab farm unions for a second round of talks in Delhi on December 3.
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