A Wrong Move Of Farmers During Protest


  • By : Admin
  • Jan 29, 2021

A Wrong Move Of Farmers During Protest

The tractor Rally by farmers protesting three plantation legislation passed in September was to start at 11 am on Tuesday. The tractors were to move across a pre-decided route near the 3 border points at which the farmers have been protesting — Singhu, Ghazipur, and Tikri — spread across the northwest, eastern, and the western portion of Delhi and then come back to the border.

Instead, on Tuesday, hundreds of farmers laid siege to Red Fort; others clashed with police in ITO and other areas of the city; and the government had to take the unprecedented step of suspending mobile Internet services in at least four parts of the National Capital Region.

By the conclusion Of the day, by the moment, the farmers began returning to the boundary, 86 Policemen and 10 farmers were injured, and one farmer was dead —


Where Everything Went Wrong-

Nobody Followed the conditions of the arrangement. In Ghazipur, they began driving ahead of the agreed-upon period and broke barricades while it had been decided at the meeting which authorities could escort them. In Singhu, the protesters began a bit before 11 and so were calm initially.

Authorities Officials estimate that the town was overrun by approximately 200,000-250,000 protesters. The authorities were outnumbered. They were prepared with 150 companies of paramilitary forces — approximately 20,000 employees — and approximately 30,000 in their force.

The next “Inside the Farmers’ group, we had been connected with 10-12 leaders at every border. They stated They couldn’t restrain their people and expressed sympathy. Even one of the Protesters, there have been multiple classes. In ITO, a few of desired to visit India Gate, others wanted to visit Red Fort.”


Some Extra Information About Incidence-

Senior Bharatiya Kisan Union(BKU) leader Naresh Tikait said that some young farmers among the protesters had missleaded and started the march on the opposite carriageway. “They are youngsters and move other than the selected route. But many farmers consist of the leaders stayed here and followed the route decided.”

Dharmender Malik, spokesperson of BKU, however said that they had already asked authorities to permit them to march to Akshardham however, it had been rejected. “Many anti social components and others from political parties also entered our rally. They had been those that were violent,” he said.

The officer Added after groups split and chose to go in various directions, an alarm was Also sent to all police stations to boost security outside the residences of President, Prime Minister, home minister and L-G. The officer said about 2,000 Farmer volunteers who’d signed up to assist police guarantee the protest passed Peacefully didn’t respond to calls for assistance.


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