Delhi Violence: 26 January, conspiracy to remove farmers unions and split Punjab union: Tikait

New Delhi: Farmers have been agitating on the borders around Delhi for nearly 2 months to repeal the 3 agricultural laws implemented by the Center. Meanwhile, on January 26, farmers took out a tractor parade. During the parade, the farmers created a fierce rage all over Delhi and attacked the Red Fort.

Angry about this, two organizations of farmers have decided not to participate further in this movement. Traffic has become normal at the Chilla border. More than half of the farmers on the National Highway have gone back.

Meanwhile, other farmers sitting on the Ghazipur border alleged that the administration cut off their electricity late at night. The farmers continued to worry that the police might take action late at night. However, police and administration officials were present on the spot. At the venue of the agitation, Rakesh Tikait said that he would talk to the administration in this regard. He said that this is an ideological revolution, it will not end.

Burdened by the power cut, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait says that if there is a power cut in the area, the farmers will go to the local police stations around the Ghazipur border. He has warned that whatever happens next will affect the government. He further said that the violence on 26 January was a conspiracy to remove peasant unions and Punjab from the rest of the country.

On the other hand, a group of local people gathered on the Singhu border and demanded that the area be evacuated. Please tell that farmers have been camping at this place for nearly 2 months under protest against agricultural laws.

Explain that the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu), which has been staging a sit-in on the Chilla Border on Delhi-Noida Road for about two months, has withdrawn its strike from Wednesday. The Bhanu faction has withdrawn the strike, hurt by the violent incident during the tractor parade in Delhi on Tuesday and insult to the national flag. At the same time, the Lok Shakti Dal has said to continue its protest. Noida Traffic Police officials said the Delhi-Noida route via Chilla Border reopened to traffic after 57 days with the BKU (Bhanu) withdrawing the protest.

Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) National President Thakur Bhanu Pratap Singh told a press conference on the Chilla Border that during the tractor parade yesterday, the manner in which a violent attack on police personnel in Delhi was carried out and the law and order was completely destroyed, They are very hurt by this. Significantly, the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) was staging a sit-in protest against the new agricultural laws.