Plans to go out of the way of tractor rally of a group of farmers in Delhi

Heavy security arrangements were made for the farmers’ rally in Delhi, this rally will start at 10 am after the traditional parade of armed forces at Rajpath
Reported by Mohammad Ghazali, Translated by Suryakant Pathak, Updated: January 26, 2021, 1:50 AM
Plans to go out of the way of tractor rally of a group of farmers in Delhi
Symbolic photo.

New Delhi: On the Republic Day, a day before the Farmers’ big tractor rally (Tractor Rally), Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee announced that it has been decided by the United Farmers Front and the police Gone tractors do not agree on the route of the parade The group has said that they will go to the outer ring road in Delhi. Due to this, there is an increased possibility of his fighting with the police. Police have chalked out routes at three places along the border after meetings with farmers’ groups. The Center’s controversial agricultural laws are being opposed by farmers camping on Delhi’s borders. This series of protests started in two months. On Budget day on February 1, farmers are planning to march on foot till Parliament.

Delhi Police chief SN Srivastava said that “there are some anti-national elements who are trying to provoke. There are some people who want to take advantage of this farmers rally.” Farmers on the Singhu border arrested a young man on Friday and later handed him over to the police. The man claimed that he was trained by a policeman to disrupt the tractor rally and break the protest.

Heavy security arrangements have been made for the rally. The farmers’ rally will begin at 10 am after the traditional parade of the armed forces at Rajpath. It will be held in three parts of Delhi till Ring Road. Police have said that the rally cannot enter Delhi before the Republic Day parade ends.

Delhi Police has issued detailed guidelines regarding traffic. In this, drivers have been asked to avoid going to National Highway 44, and border areas in Singhu and Tikri. People have also been asked to avoid going on the roads leading to the Ghazipur border and National Highway 24, Road Number 56, and Apsara border.

Farmers are protesting in other states as well. In Meerut, the police were seen arguing with the farmers. They have been told that they will not move towards Delhi because there are already enough farmers there.

Farmers protesting at Azad Maidan in Mumbai were stopped while trying to go to the Raj Bhavan. However, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari was not in the city. The representatives of the farmers who managed to reach them were removed.

Nationalist Congress chief Sharad Pawar, who attended the farmers’ rally yesterday, said, “All of you are going to the governor, but Maharashtra has not seen such a governor before. He has time to meet Kangana Ranaut, But you don’t have to meet the farmers. They should be here to talk to you but they are not. ”

Around 15,000 farmers from 21 districts of Maharashtra gathered under the banner of All India Kisan Sabha and reached Mumbai yesterday to protest against the agricultural laws. Dramatic scenes showing their red-flagged cars, jeeps, vans, and trucks making their way into the city were revealed.

The rally is being organized despite the objections of the Center after the Supreme Court left the case related to law and order and left it to the Delhi Police. The court had earlier refused to stop the farmers’ protests along the Delhi border. The court said that peaceful protest is a fundamental right.

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