The Modi government at the Center has given its approval to formally withdraw all the three agricultural laws. Despite this, the farmers are standing on the movement (Kisan Andolan). Intensifying their agitation, farmers have announced to take out tractor march till Parliament during the winter session of Parliament. Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana has given strict instructions to the farmers regarding this and said that under any circumstances, law and order will not be allowed to be disturbed.
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Addressing the media on Wednesday, the Delhi Police Commissioner said, ‘We are committed to maintain law and order. There is an agreement (with the farmers), we will work on it. But under no circumstances will the law and order be allowed to be disturbed. No one has any objection to democratic protest.
Delhi Police Commissioner also said about the cases filed against farmers
On the cases registered in view of the farmers’ agitation, the Commissioner of Police said that a total of seven cases were registered before his involvement and some were registered later. “The farmers’ movement was going on for a long time. 7 cases were registered specifically on Republic Day event before I joined and some were registered after. We have investigated those cases, they have been charge-sheeted.
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Farmers announced tractor march on November 29
Earlier, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait had said 60 tractors on November 29 as tractor marches to press for a statutory guarantee of minimum support price (MSP) for crops at Parliament House in the national capital. Will go till He has also said that one thousand farmers will go to Parliament.