Tractor Parade Not Allowed In Delhi

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The meeting between Delhi Police and farmer leaders on Tuesday on the tractor parade proposed by the farmers on the outer ring road of the capital on the occasion of Republic Day could not reach any firm conclusion. In such a situation, the next meeting has now been rescheduled for Wednesday. Earlier, on Monday, Delhi Police officials had a meeting with farmer leaders on the horoscope border on this issue.

It is worth mentioning that on Monday, the Supreme Court while hearing the application filed by the Central Government to prevent the entry of farmers in Delhi, left the matter to the Delhi Police. The Supreme Court had said that it is the job of the police to decide who to give admission in Delhi and whom not to give. Ever since this Supreme Court’s comment, the Delhi Police has been seriously engaged in the process of stopping the tractor parade by continuously contacting the farmer leaders.

Now next meeting will be held on Wednesday

It is said that on Tuesday, the Joint Range Commissioner of Police SS Yadav of the Northern Range held a meeting with Dr. Darshan Pal, Yogendra Yadav, Balbir Singh Rajewal, Jagjit Singh, etc. of the Joint Kisan Morcha in a resort located between Singhu Border and Mukarba Chowk on the National Highway. Of. In a meeting that lasted about one and a half hours, the Delhi Police asked the farmer leaders about the route of the tractor parade. In such a situation, the farmer leaders told them that the parade would be carried out on the outer ring road and it would pass through the borders like Singhu, Tikri, Dhansa, etc.

At this, the police officer cited security arrangements on the occasion of Republic Day and apprehended them about the disorder that had taken place during the parade. In such a situation, the peasant leaders were asked to take a parade out of Delhi. However, farmer leaders disagreed on this. In such a situation, the meeting has been called again on Wednesday, with no result in the meeting.

Here, farmer leader Shiv Kumar Kakaji said that the farmers’ organizations are forbidden by Delhi Police for the tractor march on the out ring road. Delhi Police gave the option of KMP and KGP. There has been a deadlock over the tractor march route. After talks with the Central Government on Wednesday, once again Delhi Police officials will be held.

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