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Wednesday, 27 January 2021

22 FIRs on Kisan Rally Violence Issue

22 FIRs on Kisan Rally Violence Issue:Case against 6 farmer leaders including Rakesh Tiket, police arrest 200 miscreants, crime branch to probe

The farmers' parade was scheduled to start at 12 noon on Tuesday, but the farmers forcibly entered Delhi just before the Republic Day parade.

A farmer was killed when a tractor overturned at ITO, thousands of protesters stormed the Red Fort and hoisted religious flags.

Police are in constant action over the violence at a farmers' tractor rally on January 26 in protest of agricultural laws. So far 22 FIRs have been registered in connection with the incidents of violence and vandalism. Delhi Police said cases have been registered under the robbery and fatal assault clauses. Police have also arrested 200 miscreants so far in the case. The matter will now be investigated by the Delhi Crime Branch.

The names of 6 farmer leaders in the FIR The names
of 6 farmer leaders are also in the FIR done by the police. The leaders are Rakesh Tiket, Darshan Pal, Rajinder Singh, Balveer Singh Rajewal, Buta Singh Burjgil and Joginder Singh. A case of breach of tractor rally conditions has been registered against him.

The police registered a case under this section

Section 395 (robbery)
397 (robbery and attempted fatal attack)
120B (criminal conspiracy)

Police are
checking CCTV footage to identify the rioters who injured 300 people in the violence . Police claim that 300 people were injured in Tuesday's violence. An additional DCP was attacked with a sword.

Enhancing security at the farmer andolanavala points
Police have increased security on the Indus and Tikri border. It is from here that most of the activities of the peasant movement are going on. On the other hand, the security of the Red Fort has also been enhanced. Union Tourism Minister Prahlad Patel arrived in the Red Fort on Wednesday. The protesters have done a lot of vandalism in the Red Fort.

The farmers had started their tractor parade ahead of schedule on Tuesday. Police set the time and route for the parade from 12 noon to 5 pm on Tuesday. Indus, Tikri and Ghazipur entry points were set up to enter Delhi, but the farmers broke through the barricades at the entry point at 8.30 am and forcibly entered Delhi and started their parade. 86 policemen were injured in the day-long violence.

Home Minister Amit Shah called a high-level meeting after the violence in Delhi on Tuesday. Shah has ordered more paramilitary companies to be sent to the capital. Delhi Police has been directed to take stern action against the rioters. Delhi Police has registered seven FRIs in the case. An emergency cabinet meeting was called in Haryana after the Delhi violence. Chief Minister Khattar ordered the police to remain on high alert, while internet and SMS services were cut off in three districts near Delhi, Sonipat, Palwal and Jhajjar.

Parade's entry in Delhi .. The farmers started their parade about three and a half hours before the scheduled time. Farmers did not follow the prescribed route from the beginning. Farmers first entered Delhi from the Indus border. The barricades were broken here. Later, farmers in Tikri and Ghazipur also made similar entries in Delhi. Seeing the number and attitude of the farmers riding on the tractors, the police also moved back from there.

Mahabharat in Pandavanagar: The farmers who had left the Ghazipur border here were stopped by the police at the Noida turn at around 12.30 pm and left with tear gas cells. Farmers also pelted stones at police and vandalized vehicles, and a group of Nihangos were seen brandishing swords at these places. Police claim that the farmers tried to load the tractor on the Pandavanagar police picket.

Death of farmers in ITO: Farmers tried to turn the tractor parade towards India Gate. Here the police stopped them. Lathi charge and tear gas cells were also released if the farmer did not agree. Many policemen and protesters were also injured. Here a protester trying to break down the barricades was killed when his tractor overturned. The farmer was Navneet, a resident of Bajpur in Uttarakhand. He had just come to India from Australia for marriage. Farmers kept picketing Navneet's body here till 6 pm.

Hobalo at Lalkilla: The farmers who had left the Indus changed their route and proceeded towards Lalkilla . At about two o'clock in the afternoon, thousands of farmers forcibly entered the Red Fort and parked their tractors outside. There was a scuffle with the police here. He first climbed the pole and hoisted the flag of the Khalsa sect, where the Prime Minister hoists the tricolor on 15 August every year. Farmers continued to harass here for about an hour and a half. Police also had to use batons to get them out.

See this picture of the Red Fort in the picture.

The picture was taken around noon on Tuesday, where a youth climbed a pole inside the Red Fort and hoisted the flag of the Khalsa Panth and farmers' organizations.

20 metro stations and internet shut down: Farmers thronged wherever they reached from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm on Tuesday. The train was also stopped at Tilakbridge railway station for about 2 hours after the farmers entered ITO and Central Delhi. After that Jama Masjid, Dilshad Garden, Zilmil, Mansarovar Park metro stations were closed. Entry and exit gates at 4 metro stations were also closed on the gray line. Besides, Indraprastha, Samaypur Badli, Rohini Sector 18/19, Haiderpur Badli Mor, Jahangirpuri, Adarshnagar, Azadpur, Model Town, GTB Nagar, University, Vidhan Sabha and Civil Line metro stations were closed for about two hours. Internet service was also temporarily suspended due to the violence.

Farmer leaders say law has not been broken: Leaders of the United Farmers Front on violent incidents during the tractor parade said the law has not been broken by us. Rakesh Tikait, spokesperson of the Indian Farmers 'Union, said, "The 32 farmers' organizations were following the route prescribed by the police for the tractor parade. We know who is trying to obstruct. These are people from political parties who want to discredit the movement. '

On the violence during the parade, Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava said the timing and route of the tractor rally was decided after several rounds of talks, but the farmers started the rally ahead of time and took the tractor out of the route. , Which led to the spread of violence, in which several policemen were injured.

Shah convenes meeting, calls for report : Union Home Minister Amit Shah called an emergency meeting at 5 pm on Tuesday in view of the deteriorating situation in Delhi. The meeting was attended by senior officials of Delhi Police, Intelligence and Home Ministry. Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla briefed Shah on the situation in Delhi. Bhalla told him when and how the farmers' tractor rally against the agricultural law turned violent.

Divyabhaskar News 

After the violence, the peasant leaders called for an end to the parade - all day long violent incidents took place in many areas including ITO, Pandavanagar, Nangloi, Mubaraka Chowk, Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar. Meanwhile, a farmer also died. After the vandalism and melee in the vehicles, many policemen left tear gas cells and charged batons in many places. After nearly 11 hours of violence and uproar, at 7.30 pm, farmers' organizations called for an immediate end to the parade and for protesters to return to the border points.

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