Farmers from many states are reaching Delhi to participate in the Republic Day tractor parade. The parade will begin at three places including the Singhu, Tikri, and Ghazipur borders. Police have given about 170 km long road on three routes for the tractor rally. However, according to the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti SS Pandher, the routes the farmers had set are different from this.
Tractor rally also affected trains
Farmer tractor march has also affected the railway. Due to the tractor rally, between 8 am and 8 am tomorrow, trains will also be closed from Anand Vihar railway station. There are only two trains before 8 am, which will leave from here. After that, one of the six trains going between noon and evening will be canceled and the remaining 5 trains will leave after 8 pm.
The vehicles have been rescheduled so that passengers do not have problems. 02876 Anand Vihar to Puri and Bhubaneswar at 8:30 am, both of them will leave. Vikramshila canal going to Bhagalpur after 8 pm will remain. After this, the next train will leave at 8 pm. In the meantime, the vehicles that move will be late. The number of such trains is being stated as 5.
Delhi Police allows 5,000 tractors
The Delhi Police has allowed farmers to take out tractor marches. The Delhi Police has given permission for 5,000 tractors while the farmers have made arrangements for 25 thousand tractors. With this, the Delhi Police has given the farmers time from 12 am to 5 pm, but the farmers are adamant on taking out a farmers tractor rally at 10 am.
Special volunteers will be posted
3,000 volunteers will be deployed at the farmers’ tractor rally to be held on Republic Day. Volunteers will be deployed according to different beats on each route. There will be four types of volunteers – Journal volunteers, Traffic volunteers, Women volunteers, and Special volunteers.
There should be no weapons of any kind
Farmer leaders on Sunday appealed to the people participating in the Republic Day tractor parade to keep ration available for 24 hours as well as to maintain peace during the parade. A farmer leader said, “No one should have arms or liquor.” Banners with inflammatory messages will not be allowed. ”
Rajpath parade and tractor march
After 1950, a parade is held at Rajpath every year on 26 January. But this time farmers are taking out tractor marches in protest against the new agricultural laws. This time the parade will be different. There will be no foreign guests this time due to Coronavirus.
Delhi Traffic Police Alert
Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava reached Mukarba Chowk to take stock of the preparations for the tractor rally by the farmers on Republic Day. He said, “After talking to the farmers, we have decided the route which they believe. We hope that they will go on the same route.”