Thousands of farmers were allowed to enter Delhi today for their planned protest march against farm laws after a morning of clashes with the police at the Haryana border. But even after the Delhi Police announced that they could enter, teargassing and water sprays continued on farmers. Groups of farmers, walking with tractors carrying stocks of food and essential supplies, had been trying to enter Delhi from multiple points, defying barricades, many wrapped in barbed wire, and trenches dug up near key roads. After facing tear gas, water cannon in Haryana yesterday, the farmers came up against Delhi policemen firmly blocking their way. Farmers' organisations behind the protest have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding negotiations and that the farmers be allowed to reach Delhi.