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Thursday, 28 January 2021

In police action on Delhi nuisance issue

In police action on Delhi nuisance issue:Peasant leaders in double jeopardy, unilaterally announcing a lookout notice to evict the villagers from the agitation front; The farmer leader apologized




Delhi Police on Wednesday arrested 200 people in connection with a riot at a farmers' rally
3 hours after the police action, 2 farmers' organizations announced their separation from the movement



The Delhi Police has been in action since Wednesday morning following the violence at a farmers 'tractor rally in Delhi on January 26. That means he cannot go abroad without permission. However, it could not be confirmed which leaders were given the look-out notice.

20 farmer leaders from the police and asked for a reply within 3 days
of the action Delhi Police on Wednesday morning. Earlier, 37 farmer leaders were charged with violating the terms of the rally. Later in the night, a notice was issued against 20 farmer leaders asking them to respond within 3 days as to why legal action should not be taken against them. Out of the 4 leaders who have been given notice, only 4 leaders have been named so far. These leaders include Yogendra Yadav, Darshan Pal, Baldev Singh Sirsa and Balveer Singh Rajewal. The notice sent by the police said that the vandalism in the Red Fort on Republic Day was a treasonous act.




So the farmer leader Yudhvir Singh apologized for the violence and said, "What happened on Republic Day is a shame. I was near Ghazipur border. Our people were not involved in the intrusion. However, I apologize and we will atone by fasting on January 30. '

Today is the 64th day of the farmers' movement against the agricultural law. A farmers' demonstration is going on at Tikri Border. On the other hand, the security forces are also in Tehenat.


Police injured in violence to meet Amit Shah More than 300 police personnel were injured in Tuesday's attack. Many of them are still hospitalized. Home Minister Amit Shah will visit 2 hospitals today to inquire about the whereabouts of some of the jawans. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Tiket's threatening tone
Though an FIR has been lodged against Indian Farmers Union spokesperson Rakesh Tiket on the issue of violence at a farmers' tractor rally in Delhi on January 26, his behavior has not changed. Tike has now warned the government in a threatening tone. Tickets were angered as power was cut off at 8 pm on Wednesday on the Ghazipur board.

The government is working to spread fear, Tiket said. Neither the government nor the police administration should take any such action. Now if such a move is made then all is on the border. They will go to the surrounding village and talk there, if there is any problem, the farmers will take the help of the local police station. The government should take good care that if any move is made there, it will be the full responsibility of the government.

Police evacuate farmers late at night in Baghpat, instructions for lathi charge
appeared in UP police action from Delhi till late night on Wednesday morning after violence at a tractor rally on Tuesday. The farmers, who had been protesting on the Delhi-Saharanpur highway in UP's Baghpat district for 40 days, were evacuated by police in the middle of the night. According to sources, a lathi charge was also lodged there and Brijpal Singh, who was handling the peasant movement, was also arrested. However, both these things have not been revealed yet. On the other hand, after the police action, the farmers will hold a panchayat today to formulate the next strategy.

Movement disintegrates after Delhi violence The
peaceful agitation that has been going on for 2 months on the borders of Delhi is seen to be disintegrating after the violence on Tuesday. On the one hand, the police are trying to cordon off the rioters and farmer leaders, on the other hand, the cracks in the farmers' organizations have also been exposed. At 4 pm on Wednesday, the National Labor Farmers Union and the Indian Farmers Union (Bhanu) abruptly announced that they were withdrawing from the movement.
An hour and a half later, it was learned that the Bhanu group of farmers had removed their tents from the Chilla border and were preparing to return home. Apart from this, the farmers' organizations have also announced to avoid a February MP March.

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incident at Lalkilla is being discussed more than the babble at a farmers' tractor rally. This is because the protesters involved in the rally reached the Red Fort without following the police route. There he roared and hoisted a religious flag on the ramparts of the fort. The young man who hoisted the flag has been identified. He is a resident of Tara Singh village in Tarn Taran, Punjab. His name is Gujraj Singh and he is 22 years old. His grandfather Mahal Singh said that Gujarat had gone to Delhi on January 24. They don't know how he got to the Red Fort and who told him to fly the flag there.

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