Noida: Security was beefed up at Noida's borders with Delhi and checking of vehicles increased on Tuesday in view of a farmers' protest march to the national capital, impacting the traffic movement in the region.

The farmers propose to march to Delhi to press for their demands, including implementation of a law to guarantee minimum support price

(MSP) for crops. The protesting farmers' groups are largely from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.

In Uttar Pradesh, Delhi shares its borders with Noida and Ghaziabad, which have often been the centres of sit-in by protestors from the state who are not allowed entry into the capital.

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