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Around 1800 factories at the Singhu border area are on the verge of closure

Many factories and businesses near Singhu border are incurring heavy losses due to the borders being shut and they could shut down

Several thousand farmers have been protesting in and around Delhi against three farm bills passed by the Parliament in September 2020. According to reports by India Today and the Times of India, protests around borders are continually impacting factories and shopkeepers' business near the area as farmers have occupied the protest site and police have barricaded the roads. The movement of goods has stopped completely, and they have been lying in cold storage facilities for a long time.

According to India Today, almost 1800 factories near the Singhu border in the Greater Kundli Industrial Area have been adversely impacted by the protests. Around 500 of these 1800 factories export and import houses for stainless steel housewares, manufacturing units, auto-parts, etc. The factory owners and workers claim that initially, COVID restrictions adversely affected their business, and now it's badly affected by the ongoing farmers' agitation. With the supply chain from Kundli broken, many fear that some commodities may see a price rise.

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