Kisan Tractor Rally LIVE Updates:
The police have lathi-charged the farmers gathered around the Red Fort. Efforts were being made to evacuate the farmers from there, then they started a disturbance and sabotage. The police had to use force to disperse them. Some farmers have moved out from here, but some continue to come by tractors. The speed of the Internet has been slowed down due to violence.
Farmers’ tractors in Delhi continue to rage in March. The peasants broke the barricade and reached the Red Fort and hoisted the flag of the Khalsa Panth. A batch of farmers is also moving towards India Gate. Meanwhile, a farmer was killed near ITO by overturning the tractor.
Many farmers and policemen injured in lathicharge, stone pelting?
On ITO, the police lathi-charged the farmers and the farmers threw stones at the police. Several farmers and policemen were injured in the clash. When the farmers ran tractors, the police had to retreat. Policemen ran into nearby buildings and released tear gas on the farmers from there.
The police sat on the road to stop the farmers in Nangloi. They also include women policemen. The police also lathi-charged.
The ITO was heavily jammed due to the convoy of farmers who left the Ghazipur border. The protesters also pelted stones at the vehicles here. The farmers who came out of Singhu also threw stones at many places.
When the farmers started moving from the fixed route to ISBT near Mukarba Chowk, the police tried to stop it by dropping tear gas shells. However, the peasants broke through the barricades and went ahead. Farmers also broke glass panes of several DTC buses including police car.
Farmers start march ahead of schedule
The police had asked the farmers to take out a tractor march from 12 noon after the Republic Day parade was over. But, the farmers started the tractor march even before the Republic Day parade started. The farmers went ahead by breaking the barricade and did not even follow the route given by the police.
The conditions of the police were also broken, the rules set by ourselves were also kept alive.
Police had allowed farmers to take out the tractor parade with conditions. The farmers themselves had set some rules, but as the tractor march progressed, the protesters laid down all the rules.