Haryana is ordered by a high court to take down the barriers at the Shambhu border within a week

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has issued a directive to the Haryana government to remove the barricades set up at the Shambhu border near Ambala within a week. These barricades were initially established in February to prevent farmers from advancing towards Delhi. The court's decision came in response to a petition challenging the closure of the border between Punjab and Haryana.

The barricades on the Ambala-New Delhi national highway were put in place when the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (Non-Political) and Kisan Mazdoor Morcha announced plans to march towards Delhi in support of several demands, including a legal guarantee for Minimum Support Price (MSP) for crops.

Haryana Additional Advocate General Deepak Sabharwal, speaking to reporters, confirmed that the court has mandated the removal of the barricades within seven days. The court also noted that the government could take preventive actions as per the law if any law and order issues arise.

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