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Farmers rally: Delhi Police urges farmers not to take law into their own hands, keep peace

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On Republic Day, the farmers fought fiercely during the tractor rally and left the designated route and entered central Delhi.

Farmers’ Rally: Against Centre’s Agriculture Act The farmers protested (Peasant protest) took a violent form on Tuesday. On Republic Day, the farmers fought fiercely during the tractor rally and left the designated route and entered central Delhi. Police continued to try to stop the farmers who were causing unrest in Delhi. Meanwhile, the Delhi Police has appealed to the protesting farmers not to take the law into their own hands and maintain peace. The police appeal came in the wake of clashes between police and protesting farmers in different parts of the capital. Police asked the farmers to plant tractors on the pre-determined route. Anil Mittal, Additional Public Relations Officer, Delhi Police, said, “We urge the protesting farmers not to take the law into their own hands and to maintain peace.”

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Police baton-charged the farmers and fired tear gas shells as they moved from the pre-determined route to several other places, including the ITO. The farmers wanted to go to the highway. The Delhi Police allowed the tractors to march on the designated route after the end of the official Republic Day parade on the highway.

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Significantly, the farmers started marching ahead of schedule, reached the ITO in central Delhi and Lutyens started trying to enter Delhi. Protesters were carrying poles and clashed with police at the ITO.

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