Ghazipur border, one of the main site where farmers are protesting since November 2020, was closed after the Republic day violence on January 26.
It was reopened for vehicular movement on Tuesday (March 2). Earlier, one had to go through Delhi-Noida direct flyway or take a different route, now the opening of Ghazipur border will save travel time.
The security at Ghazipur border was increased after tractor parade violence. The Delhi Police also cemented nails near barricades at Ghazipur and Tikri borders.
The vehicular movement from Uttar Pradesh to Delhi is still not allowed. The farmers protest is still continuing and no dates for the next round of discussions have been declared.