Weather Woes Loom as Farmers Stand Firm at Borders

ByTV10 Punjab

Feb 19, 2024
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As farmers persist in their road-side protests, a looming threat of adverse weather adds complexity to the situation. The Chandigarh Meteorological Center issues orange and yellow alerts for Punjab, Haryana, and Delhi, anticipating severe weather conditions. Leaders reassure that farmers are prepared for any challenges at the border.

The Meteorological Center highlights a fresh western disturbance affecting Himachal Pradesh, signaling a potential for heavy rain, winds, and storms. Bad weather, starting in Punjab on February 18, prompts an orange alert for February 19-20 and a yellow alert for February 21.

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Similarly, Delhi and Haryana brace for weather disruptions with an orange alert on February 19-20 and a yellow alert on February 21. The confluence of ongoing protests and unpredictable weather raises concerns about the well-being of both the farmers and the general public.

As tensions persist on the roads, the combined challenges of inclement weather and social unrest create a dynamic and potentially precarious situation in the region. Authorities closely monitor developments, urging residents and protestors alike to exercise caution during this critical period.