New Delhi: The agitation of farmers protesting against agricultural laws has become extremely fierce today. The claims of peace march being made by the peasant leaders all failed. The farmers broke into Delhi by breaking the baricate planted by the police.
He created a rage all over Delhi. During this time there was also an encounter between the farmers and the police. The peasants ran and beat the police jawans fiercely. Amid reports of lathi-charge and clashes in Delhi-NCR, the protesting farmers have now entered the Red Fort in Delhi and where the Prime Minister hoists the tricolor, he has hoisted his flag.
According to Hindustan, many metro stations including the Red Fort, Indraprastha Metro have been closed. The ITO clashed between the protesting farmers and the police, after which the police lathi-charged. Farmers were trying to break barricades at ITO in Delhi, where the police lathi-charged and tear gas shells were released. After this, the farmers retreated. At the same time, some protesting farmers have entered the Red Fort complex in Delhi. It is being told that the environment with ITO has become very tense. Here the police chase the protestor with sticks and sometimes the protesters run young. Not only this, a lot of sabotage has also taken place. Due to this, the entry and exit points of the Red Fort Metro station have now been completely closed.
Not only this, the entry doors of Samaypur Badli, Rohini Sector 18, 19, Haiderpur Badli More, Jahangir Puri, Adarsh Nagar, Azadpur, Model Town, GTB Nagar, Vishwa Vidyalaya, Vidhan Sabha and Civil Lines are closed. DMRC said that all the metro stations of Green Line have been closed. There have also been reports of violence in several places between police and farmers.
It is necessary to mention here that thousands of farmers protesting against the three new agricultural laws of the Center started their first tractor parade in the national capital much ahead of the time prescribed by Delhi Police. On Tuesday, police fired tear gas shells at a group of farmers trying to smash barricades and cement blockers on Delhi’s Mukarba checks with tractors.
Farmers’ organizations had assured the Delhi Police that they would start the tractor parade at Rajpath only after the official Republic Day parade ended, but farmers from Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur border started marching on their tractors towards Delhi. . According to officials, security personnel also tried to convince the farmers that after the end of the Republic Day parade at Rajpath, they have been allowed to do a tractor parade in Delhi, but they did not agree and forcibly entered the city.
At the border points of the national capital, a crowd of tractors, with flags and men and women on board, were dancing on the beat of drums. Locals standing on either side of the road were also showered with flowers. Tractor parades were also taken out in other parts of the country to intensify the protest against agricultural laws.
Significantly, since 28 November last year, thousands of farmers have been demanding the cancellation of the new agricultural laws of the Center on the borders with Delhi and legal guarantee of minimum support prices on their crops. Most of these farmers are from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.