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Farmer’s tractor rally led to loss of properties, Delhi Police

As Delhi police while giving permission to farmers for Tractor rally in Delhi today made it clear that it had to stick to its rout and timing.

Farmers went off route and before time in the morning that led to violence across Delhi and many police personal were injured during the violence as well as many public properties were also damaged.

According to Delhi police the Tractor rally was permitted to enter Delhi at around 11:30 am after Republic Day parade gets over but thousands of farmers broke the police barricades and pushed the rally at about 8 am.

However farmers have blamed anti-social elements for chaos and violence throughout the day.

According to Samyukta Kisan Morcha a farmer’s union the peaceful movement was infiltrated by anti-social elements.

The Delhi Police chief have applied to protesting farmers to maintain peace  and not to indulge in violence and come back to their designated routes.

The Farmers Union have called off the tractor rally and requested all protesting farmers to return back to the protest site.

 The internet service suspended for 12 hours at protest site.


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