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2 Indian Farmer Union withdraw from protest after violence on 26th January

2 Indian Farmer Union Bharatiya Kisan Union and Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan informed that they withdraw from ongoing protest due to violence during Tractor rally on Republic Day 26th January 27, 2021.

The violence that left 300 policemen got injured some serious admitted in ICU. The historic Red Fort was also attacked during violence.

Delhi police have detained 200 people and registered 22 FIR until now.

According to Farmers Union that withdraws from protest said that the protest will continue until MSP is guaranteed but the protest will not be in this form.

The farmer who died Delhi’s ITO area during the protest was earlier claimed that he died because of police firing but his Post-Mortem conformed that his death was caused due to tractor accident.

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