Delhi Police Did Not Answer On Question Of Action Against Deep Sidhu Regarding Farmers Protest In Delhi On Republic Day – Delhi Police

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Violent agitation by farmers in the national capital Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day, severed the law and order in the capital. Farmers who entered the capital violated the prescribed routes on the borders of Delhi for the tractor rally and vandalized places like Nangloi, ITO and Akshardham. At the same time, protesters climbing a dome of the historic Red Fort hoisted flags of religious and peasant organizations.

Actor Deep Sidhu was also involved in the same performance. At the time, actor-activist Deep Sidhu, who is considered close to actor-turned-BJP leader Sunny Deol, was spotted at the Red Fort during a demonstration on Tuesday. Farmers have accused him of unfurling the religious flag on the Red Fort.

There was a lot of discussion on social media as well. On the other hand, Deep Sidhu himself shared a video on Facebook saying that the protesters did not take off the national flag from the Red Fort but only hoisted the religious flag as a symbolic demonstration. He claimed in the video that it was a natural act.

Delhi Police Commissioner said – Farmer leaders break promise, we have video, no one will be left

At the same time, Delhi Police held a press conference on this incident on Wednesday. Police Commissioner NN Srivastava shared information related to this and said that action will be taken against the person who will be identified for committing the violence. He did not give any direct answer to the question about Deep Sidhu at the end of the talks. He kept avoiding the question with the same answer that action will be taken against the one who comes to recognition.

Earlier speaking about how the protest turned violent, he said that the United Kisan Morcha had called for his support to cooperate in the tractor rally coming on 26 January in Delhi. As soon as we got information about this, we contacted the farmer leaders and talked in detail.

He said that there were five rounds of talks and also over the phone. He was told to march after Republic Day. But he refused. We suggested to them that the horoscope march on the borders of Manesar and Palwal. The Delhi Police had also assured cooperation in security, traffic system and media coverage during the tractor rally. But despite this, he decided to march in Delhi.

Violent agitation by farmers in the national capital Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day, severed the law and order in the capital. Farmers who entered the capital violated the prescribed routes on the borders of Delhi for the tractor rally and vandalized places like Nangloi, ITO and Akshardham. At the same time, protesters climbing a dome of the historic Red Fort hoisted flags of religious and peasant organizations.

Actor Deep Sidhu was also involved in the same performance. At the time, actor-activist Deep Sidhu, who is considered close to actor-turned-BJP leader Sunny Deol, was spotted at the Red Fort during a demonstration on Tuesday. Farmers have accused him of unfurling the religious flag on the Red Fort.

There was a lot of discussion on social media as well. On the other hand, Deep Sidhu himself shared a video on Facebook saying that the protesters did not take off the national flag from the Red Fort but only hoisted the religious flag as a symbolic demonstration. He claimed in the video that it was a natural act.

Delhi Police Commissioner said – Farmer leaders break promise, we have video, no one will be left

At the same time, Delhi Police held a press conference on this incident on Wednesday. Police Commissioner NN Srivastava shared information related to this and said that action will be taken against the person who will be identified for committing the violence. He did not give any direct answer to the question about Deep Sidhu at the end of the talks. He kept avoiding the question with the same answer that action will be taken against the one who comes to recognition.

Earlier speaking about how the protest turned violent, he said that the United Kisan Morcha had called for his support to cooperate in the tractor rally coming on 26 January in Delhi. As soon as we got information about this, we contacted the farmer leaders and talked in detail.

He said that there were five rounds of talks and also over the phone. He was told to march after Republic Day. But he refused. We suggested to them that the horoscope march on the borders of Manesar and Palwal. The Delhi Police had also assured cooperation in security, traffic system and media coverage during the tractor rally. But despite this, he decided to march in Delhi.

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