Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, January 25
A day ahead of their tractor march, farmers from Punjab and Haryana have reached Singhu and Tikri borders in large numbers leading to huge traffic snarls on Karnalndash;Delhi and Rohtakndash;Delhi stretches of two national highways.
Many more are still on the way leading to the slow movement of traffic on roads leading to the national capital.
Over 12-kilometre of NH-44, from Bahalgarh village to Singhu border in Sonipat district, is witnessing a massive traffic jam as farmers have parked their tractors on both sides of the highway.
In Jhajjar district, a 15-km long Bahadurgarh bypass is jam-packed with tractor-trailers forcing Punjab farmers to take the Bahadurgarh city route to reach Tikri leading to traffic chaos.