Farmers have been protesting at various places in Delhi and Haryana and have rejected the central government's offer to hold talks on December 3 saying that imposing conditions for starting a dialogue is an insult to them.
Manjeet Sheoran, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) East District said that the farmers have not been allowed to move anywhere except Burari.
Thousands of commuters travelling to Delhi from other states remain stranded on the National Highway 44 on Friday, 27 November, due to the blockade of roads by the Haryana Police who have barricaded a 15-km stretch in Karnal to stop the farmers from dissenting against the three contentious farmer laws passed by the Centre.
Initially, the Kochi Metro initially permit entry of cycles from 6 stations including Changampuzha Park, Palarivattom, Town Hall, Ernakulam South, Maharaja's College, and Elamkulam metro stations.
"Even a one rupee increase has an effect on us. The government should not increase prices like this, they should try to stop this hike as and when they can," a commuter told ANI here.
Gurugram and Gautam Buddha Nagar have also not opened the borders with Delhi resulting in chaos every day.
There was a delay in service from Ghitorni to Jorbagh stations, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) tweeted. After a while, operations resumed normally.