The tractor rally, taken out by farmers’ organizations on Republic Day, took the form of a clash on Tuesday. 86 policemen have been injured in this as well 15 cases have been registered regarding this incident.. Farmers cut a lot of ruckus at many places in Delhi and they clashed with the police. To control the situation, the police used lathicharge, water canon and tear gas. Against agricultural laws In Delhi, a farmer was killed in a tractor accident during a rally organized by farmers on the front in Delhi for about two months. The Delhi Police had allowed the farmers to take a tractor parade on the designated routes after the official Republic Day parade at Rajpath ended, but the situation at Afratfari was created when the farmers were stubborn as they headed towards central Delhi. The farmers started the parade well ahead of schedule and reached ITO in central Delhi and Lutyens started trying to enter Delhi. The protesters were carrying poles and they clashed with the police on ITO. Farmers who had entered central Delhi for the tractor rally reached the Red Fort and some protesters were seen hoisting the second flag here.
During the rally organized by farmers in Delhi, the protesters created a lot of uproar. But there were some such scenes on the borders of Delhi and UP, which would touch the heart. Farmers and policemen gave flowers to each other on the shout border. UP President of Bharat Kisan Union (BKU) Yogesh Pratap Singh presented a rose flower to Additional Deputy Commissioner Ranvijay Singh of Noida Police. They even ate the food prepared by the protesters.
Farmer leader and Bhartiya Kisan Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait claims that the farmers leaders have control over the demonstration. He said that the person trying to create disturbances is identified. There are people from political parties who are trying to spoil the movement. On the other hand, a statement has been issued by the United Front saying that we regret this whole incident. Some chaotic people have entered the movement. People who have worked to go out of the way, the United Farmers Front itself Separates
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Satnam Singh Pannu of Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti said that we had already announced that we will go to Outer Ring Road. The United Farmers Front also made the same announcement earlier. Later the United Farmers Front withdrew. We broke the barricades after the police stopped. We were telling the police that we would go to Outer Ring Road in a peaceful manner. We are not responsible for going to the Red Fort. Deep Sidhu went to the Red Fort. Deep Sidhu is responsible for what happened at the Red Fort. Why did the police not stop Deep Sidhu at the Red Fort? Deep Sidhu is a government man. We were back from Outer Ring Road. Will cooperate with police investigation. I will talk to the joint farmer front. I am not responsible for what happened at the Red Fort.
A total of 22 cases have been registered so far for the violence on Republic Day. Several farmer leaders are mentioned in the FIR. Delhi Police will also file an FIR in this case for conspiracy. Those who are behind the violence will be traced. Investigation will be handed over to Crime Branch and Special Cell.
During the Kisan Parade, Supreme Court lawyer Vineet Jindal has written a letter to Chief Justice Justice Bobde demanding that he take suo motu cognizance of violence, damage to government properties and the unfurling of the second flag by the protesters at the ramparts of Lal Qila. Vineet Jindal wrote in the letter that putting the second flag on the ramparts of Lal Qila by the demonstrators is an insult to the national flag. The letter has demanded that the protesters hoisting the second flag and damaging government properties should be made.
Today, all the farmer leaders of Punjab will gather at Singhu Border at 10 am. All farmer leaders will address farmers from the stage. After that there will be an important meeting of farmer leaders. The peasant movement will continue in a peaceful manner on all the borders of Delhi.
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Metro services are running normally in Delhi. A heavy force is deployed on the Red Fort.
86 policemen injured in tractor rally violence, 15 cases registered so far, heavy force deployment in Red Fort
Till Wednesday morning, 15 cases have been registered in the violence at the farmers’ tractor rally in Delhi on the occasion of Republic Day. Delhi Police has given information about this. At the same time, 86 policemen were injured in this incident which went on all day Tuesday. All the protesters who had reached the Red Fort, furious off the route of the rally, have been thrown out of the fort and heavy force has been deployed throughout the fort.