New Delhi: Farmers protesting against agricultural laws today pulled out tractors. During this time the farmers became uncontrollable. In many places, the protesting farmers broke barricading and entered Delhi. No one cared about what came before them, be it the police or the barricading imposed by them.
Even vandalized DTC buses and damaged police vehicles. However, the farmer leaders have lost their control over the hunger strike being organized by the protesters. Rakesh Tikait of the Bharatiya Kisan Union said that he was not aware of it. Although Times Now correspondent asked Yogendra Yadav a question about this, his reply was that he does not know anything about it. He appealed to the protesting farmers to follow the law and order and not to commit violence.
When Rajesh Tikait of BKU was asked that there are allegations that the protests have gone out of the hands of the peasant leaders, in response, he broke the head of the political parties. He said, “We know people who are trying to create unrest, they are being identified.” There are people from political parties who are trying to provoke the movement.
Let me tell you that the agitation of farmers protesting against the agricultural laws has become very fierce today. Farmer leaders seem to be avoiding speaking out on the violence during the tractor rally. Explain that the farmers broke into Delhi by breaking the barricades imposed by the police. During this time there was also an encounter between the farmers and the police. The peasants ran and beat the police jawans fiercely. Amidst reports of lathi-charge and clashes in Delhi-NCR, the protesting farmers now entered the Red Fort in Delhi and took possession.
Meanwhile, during the ruckus in the ITO, news of the death of Navneet Singh, a person from Uttarakhand, is coming. It is being said that during the stunt of the tractor, he overturned and died. On the other hand, the protesters have accused the Delhi Police of firing.
According to the information, the deceased Navneet Singh was a resident of Bajpur village in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, age around 30 years. The farmers involved in the protest have started demonstrations by placing the dead bodies on ITO checks and demanding action against the policemen who shot them.
Let us tell you that farmers protesting against agricultural laws are taking out tractor parades in Delhi-NCR today. There is a lot of uproar in the tractor parade due to farmers changing routes. Amidst reports of lathi-charge and clashes in Delhi-NCR, now protesting farmers entered and captured the Red Fort in Delhi. The extent was reached when these fierce farmers climbed the ramparts of the Red Fort and hoisted their flag.
Let us tell you that the farmer leaders who were claiming before the rally that the tractor rally will be taken out peacefully, now are shying away from the violence spread in the rally.