New Delhi: Delhi Police commissioner arrived at Singhu border Saturday to take stock of the situation, as the farmers' protest continues here.
The top cop has reportedly termed the law and order situation at the Singhu border "normal" and added that adequate force has been deployed there.
SN Shrivastava met the police and paramilitary staff working at the protest site for over a month now.
"Visited Singhu border in north Delhi where Delhi Police and Central Police Forces are deployed for over one month. They are doing a good job regarding Farmers' agitation. Suitable arrangements are in place for their food and protection against cold and Covid," Srivastava tweeted.
The commissioner had previously visited the Tikri border on December 11 and met the police and CAPF personnel deployed in the agitation site.
During the late-night visit, he had interacted with the police staff.
As the talks remain deadlocked, the farmers' agitation entered its 31st day on Saturday. A group of 40 farmers' union leaders announced the government-farmer dialogue will resume with the sixth round of talks on Tuesday.
The group insists repealing the three contentious farm laws and the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2020 was their "first and foremost" demand followed by all other issues.
IANS report with edits and inputs