Farmers’ Tractor Rally Live Updates: 83 policemen injured in farmer demonstration, 45 had to be admitted to the trauma center; Deployment of paramilitary forces increased at sensitive places.
Farmers Republic Day Tractor Rally 2021 Live Updates: The deployment of paramilitary forces in Delhi will be increased after the violence in the tractor parade of farmers. The decision was taken in a high-level meeting chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah to establish peace and maintain law and order following violent protests in the capital.
Farmers Republic Day Tractor Rally Live Updates: During the violence in the tractor parade of farmers, 83 Delhi Police personnel were injured in the capital. Of these, 45 have been admitted to the trauma center. Meanwhile, the government has decided to increase the deployment of paramilitary forces in Delhi. The decision was taken in a high-level meeting chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah to establish peace and maintain law and order following violent protests in the capital. In the meeting, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla, Commissioner of Delhi Police S.K. N. Others including Srivastava participated.
Meanwhile, Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party has said that it “strongly condemns” the violence that erupted in parts of the national capital on Tuesday. The party said that some sections of the farmers who were opposing the agricultural laws of the center were prevented from entering the city, and they clashed with the police, killing one person.
However, the farmers’ union, United Kisan Morcha, on Tuesday isolated itself from those involved in the violence during the tractor parade, alleging that some “anti-social elements have infiltrated, otherwise the movement was peaceful.” Here, the government has issued an order to shut down internet service in some parts of Delhi-NCR amid farmers’ demonstrations in the national capital.
According to the Department of Telecommunications, in the government order sent to the communication service providers, Internet service was temporarily available from 12 noon to 11:30 pm on Republic Day on the day of Singhu, Ghazipur, Tikri, Mukarba Chowk and Nangloi and adjoining areas of Delhi. It has been directed to postpone.
According to a spokesperson of the Department of Telecommunications, the order to stop the internet service has been issued under local law and not by the department. People close to the protest site have said that SMS is coming on their mobiles about internet service being suspended in their area.