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High alert in Haryana about the peasant movement, social media also keeps a close eye

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Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) Manoj Yadav has issued a high alert in the wake of violent incidents in several areas during the Kisan Tractor March in the capital Delhi on Republic Day, instructing all district police captains to be extremely vigilant.

Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) Manoj Yadav has issued a high alert in the wake of violent incidents in several areas during the Kisan Tractor March in the capital Delhi on Republic Day, instructing all district police captains to be extremely vigilant. The DGP said all the state police commissioners, range ADGPs / IGs and district superintendents have been asked to be on high alert to deal with rioters and miscreants.

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Additional troops have also been deployed in sensitive areas. Not only that, the police intelligence system is also monitoring the whole situation. The DGP warned that the police would not take any risk now. Police will crack down on those who try to disrupt law and order in the state. The rioters or those who instigated the riots through rumors will be taken into custody and put to death.

He said farmers were returning to their destinations after the violent incident in Delhi today. Police have been asked to be vigilant for this. The police will keep a close eye on all the people and ensure their return. At this time, if anyone tries to damage state government property including government offices, vehicles and loot law and order, the police will not hesitate to use force. State police forces will patrol high-risk areas with frequent surveillance.

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A keen eye on social media as well

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DGP Yadav said some anti-social elements could try to break the peace through rumors to maintain their selfishness behind the movement. For this reason, the police is also keeping a close eye on social media. If any kind of misleading, provocative, provocative and chaotic post is posted or forwarded, strict action will be taken as per law. The DGP said the public should not pay attention to rumors and should follow the Haryana Police website and Twitter handle for the latest information.

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