Farmer Protest: Delhi Police decided Tractor Rally route for Farmers on Republic Day

New Delhi: The proposed tractor rally of farmers on 26 January with three alternate routes has been approved by Delhi Police. Yogendra Yadav gave its information on Sunday. He said that the rally would be held in a peaceful manner.

At the same time, the Delhi Police seems to be looking at the seriousness of the case. The police have instructed the soldiers to remain alert on Republic Day. According to the information, the police have allowed farmers to take out a rally on three routes.

What will be the root
Special CP Deptendra Pathak of the Intelligence Department told that the tractor rally will enter Tikri, Singhu, and Ghazipur border in Delhi. From Singhu Border, the rally will pass through Kanjhawala, Bawana, Auchandi Border, KMP Expressway and will return to Singhu Border.

Talking to the media, Yogendra Yadav said, “Today there was a small meeting with Delhi Police officials.” He said, “We have got formal permission from police for a tractor rally.” He said, “As I said earlier, the Kisan Republic Parade will be held peacefully on 26 January”.

Prior to this, there was no agreement between the police and the farmers about the route and time. The farmers were adamant on taking out a tractor rally on 5 routes. Earlier, different things were being said from both sides. On one hand, where the farmers were saying that they have got permission for a tractor rally in Delhi. On the other hand, the Delhi Police was saying that the tractor rally has not been approved yet. Hence there was confusion. But now after the approval of Delhi Police, the suspicion of farmers is over.

However, the Delhi Police has made it clear that the farmers’ tractor rally will be held only after the Republic Day parade. The farmers want to take out their rally on the ring road, but the police have not allowed it. However, the police say that if farmers give all these things in writing, then they can be allowed to hold this rally. Regarding the tractor rally in Delhi, the police commissioner said, “The farmers have not given us any written route. Will tell only after the written route comes. “

After the farmer leaders’ meeting with the police, the farmer leader said that the tractor parade will run about 100 km. The time that the parade takes will be given to us. He said that this parade will be a historical one that the world will see. Tomorrow will give information about the full route and time of the parade.

Farmers from many states are coming to Delhi to participate in the tractor parade that takes place in Delhi NCR. Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Jogendra Talu claimed on Saturday that on January 24, five thousand tractors from the Bhiwani district will leave in Delhi to participate in the proposed farmers’ tractor parade.