Tractor rally violence: local people standing against protesters at Singhu border, told farmers – empty the roads
On the occasion of Republic Day, farmers are being condemned on all sides for insulting the tricolor. While the Delhi Police takes action against the farmers who performed violent demonstrations.
On the occasion of Republic Day, farmers are being condemned on all sides for insulting the tricolor. On one hand, while the Delhi Police is taking action against the farmers who performed violent demonstrations, on the other hand, the local people are also holding a rally against the farmers on the Singhu border. Used to be.
These protesters are demanding from the farmers that they immediately vacate the area. Explain that farmers have been camping for the last two months against the agricultural law on this Indus border.
Meanwhile, the news agency ANI has shared a video in which people have placards and tricolors in their hands. It is written in these placards that we will not bear the insult of the tricolor. During this time, he is also raising the slogan of Empty the border.
Earlier, a panchayat of at least 15 villages in Rewari district of Haryana on Wednesday asked farmers camping on the Delhi-Jaipur National Highway to vacate the road within 24 hours in protest against three central agricultural laws.
At the same time, the police said that since January 3, the farmers, who are staging a sit-in near the Masani barrage cut in Rewari on Jaipur-Delhi highway, vacated the place till Wednesday evening.
Delhi Police issued notice against Rakesh Tikait
The Delhi Police issued a notice to Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, asking why legal action should not be taken against them for breaking the agreement with the police regarding the tractor rally on 26 January. Apart from this, notice has also been posted on his tent.