New Delhi: Delhi Police has stopped entry of journalists and others wanting to visit the protesting farmers at the Singhu border, on Tuesday.
Earlier, those wanting to visit the protest site and the main stage could cross the barricades preventing farmers from entering the Capital and interact with the protestors or provide any other kind of support to them.
The farmers have been on protest at the Singhu border against the three new agricultural laws passed by the Centre for over two months.
Even smaller lanes and other entry routes to the protest site have now been barricaded.
On Friday, a group of unidentified people clashed with the farmers after they pelted stones and tried to damage tents and other utilities.
The Delhi Police responded by firing tear gas and resorting to a lathi charge.