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Police claimed that 300 Twitter accounts had been set up to disrupt the gathering of farmers from Pakistan

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On Sunday, Delhi Police claimed that more than 300 Twitter accounts had been created from Pakistan to disrupt the proposed tractor rally of farmers on Republic Day.

An agreement has been reached between the Delhi Police and the farmers to assemble Kisan tractors in Delhi on January 26, and routes for all places have also been decided. On the other hand, Delhi Police has said that the tractor assembly will be given full security as Pakistani terrorists are trying to spread unrest. On Sunday, Delhi Police claimed that more than 300 Twitter accounts had been created from Pakistan to disrupt the proposed tractor rally of farmers on Republic Day. Regarding the detailed plan regarding the tractor parade, Special Commissioner of Police (Intelligence) Dipendra Pathak said that after the end of the Republic Day program on Tuesday, the tractor parade will be held under tight security. “More than 300 Twitter accounts have been set up in Pakistan from January 13 to 18 to disrupt the farmers’ tractor parade,” Pathak told a news conference. In this case, similar information has been obtained from different organizations. This will be a challenging task for us. However, after the end of the Republic Day parade, the tractor parade will be held under tight security.

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On Sunday, the commissioner of police ordered that all police personnel deployed for the protection of Republic Day should be ready with short notice to perform their duties at the farmers ’tractor assembly immediately after the parade. Police said it was confirmed that 307 Pakistani Twitter handles were also found that Pakistani terrorists were trying to disrupt the tractor rally. Farmer leaders are also appealing for people to go out peacefully on tractor rallies, walk in the alleys, not do stunts, farmers are also deploying volunteers.

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It is noteworthy that thousands of farmers are protesting against the new agricultural laws at the Delhi border, mostly from farmers’ organizations in Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.

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Earlier, the police had requested the leaders of the farmers’ organization to take out a tractor parade outside the national capital, but they were adamant for a parade on the ring road outside Delhi. In the fourth round of talks between the police and the farmers, both sides agreed on the parade. (From input language …)

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