Gurugram, Jan. 20 -- Farmers with tractors from areas such as Nuh, Rewari, Gurugram, Jhajjar, Rohtak and parts of Rajasthan started gathering at the protest sites on the Haryana-Rajasthan border on Tuesday morning, ahead of Republic Day, when the protesters plan to hold a tractor rally in Delhi.

Protesters said they have conducted reconnaissance of the neighbouring villages from where they can move towards Delhi through fields without running into police barricades.

Satnarayan Nehra, the president of Nehra Khap of Haryana, said, "We have identified 20 such stretches from where we can cross the borders without running into the police. These routes, however, are more time-consuming. Since the police will not allow us to enter Delhi via the ...