Delhi Police takes major action against tractor parade violence, files report against 6 farmer leaders

New Delhi: The Delhi Police has taken major action on the violence done by farmers in the capital during the tractor parade on Republic Day.

The Delhi Police have registered a report against 6 farmer leaders. These include the names of Rakesh Tikait, Dr. Darshan Pal, Joginder Singh, Buta Singh, Balbir Singh Rajewal and Rajendra Singh.

The Delhi Police said that the rules were violated by these leaders during the tractor march. Let us know that all these leaders are associated with farmer organizations, talks with the government or deciding the route of tractor parade, they have all played an important role in this. Delhi police is going to hold a press conference about the violence at four in the evening.

The Delhi Police has also taken into custody 200 miscreants who are being questioned. Around 300 police personnel were injured in the stone-pelting of the farmers, while a tractor overturned the loss of a farmer.

15 companies of paramilitary force have been deployed under the protection of Delhi by the Ministry of Home Affairs. Police is guarded on all the borders of the capital, so that the miscreants do not carry out such an incident further. Farmers started a commotion before the time of the tractor parade on the previous day, which caused tension on the Tikri, Ghazipur and Singhu border.

On ITO, the farmers shouted and threw stones with the police, in which many police personnel received serious injuries. Police used tear gas shells and water canons to control the situation. Police also used lathi-charge to disperse the farmers. After the violence, the leader of the United Kisan Morcha was seen shoving with responsibility. Farmer leaders said that some miscreants entered the tractor parade, which led to all this, action should be taken against such chaotic elements.

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