To make sure the tractor parade stays peaceable, farmers have shaped teams to take care of safety.
By hindustantimes.com | Written by Kanishka Sarkar
UPDATED ON JAN 26, 2021 09:03 AM IST
Hundreds of farmers, who’ve been agitating towards the Centre’s three agricultural legal guidelines for 2 months now, had been seen prepared with the colors of the nationwide flag on their tractors on the borders of Delhi for his or her rally scheduled to be held shortly after the Republic Day parade within the Capital’s Rajpath space on Tuesday.
The police say about 30,000 tractors are prone to take part within the rally, however farm leaders mentioned the variety of automobiles might be nearer to 200,000. The farm unions have promised to not veer from the three routes — centred across the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders. The protesting farmers have been allotted a time slot of 12pm to 5pm to carry the rally, in response to the No-Objection Certificate (NOC) given by the police to them.
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To make sure the tractor parade stays peaceable, farmers have shaped teams to take care of safety. Farmer leaders at Uttar Pradesh Gate border have divided their route into 9 zones and every zone may have 200 volunteers current who might be aiding the police in the course of the rally, they mentioned.
Farmers from a number of states have joined protesters at Delhi borders to take part within the tractor rally. The Samyukt Kisan Morcha mentioned that whereas the Republic Day rally is deliberate as a one-day occasion, the dimensions of the protest might imply that the rally might spill over to the subsequent day by the point they return to their beginning spots situated at three completely different rally routes in and across the Capital.
Thousands of farmers, primarily from Punjab and Haryana, have been tenting on the borders of Delhi since November 26 final yr after they had been denied entry within the nationwide capital to protest towards farm legal guidelines enacted by the federal government in September. The laws, nevertheless, has been stayed by the Supreme Court in the interim.
The protesters have been engaged in talks with the central management, and to this point 11 rounds have been held however the impasse over the three farm legal guidelines continues to be persevering with.
(With company inputs)
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