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“Protesters should have stayed away from Red Fort”: Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel in protest of farmers

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Union Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Prahlad Singh Patel responded on Twitter that the farmers’ movement had spiraled out of control.

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On the occasion of Republic Day, the farmers held a tractor rally in protest of the three agricultural laws. Farmers broke barricades at the Sinhu and Tikari borders. The farmers reached the ITO of Delhi and then the Red Fort. There was a commotion inside the red fort. The peasants hoisted another flag there. Union Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Prahlad Singh Patel responded on Twitter that the farmers’ movement was out of control.

Prahlad Singh Patel tweeted, “The Red Fort is a symbol of the dignity of our democracy. The agitators should stay away from the Red Fort. I condemn the violation of this dignity. It is sad and unfortunate.”

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Let us tell you that the situation became unstable due to the tractor assembly of farmers in Delhi on Republic Day. Farmers who had entered central Delhi in a tractor rally reached the Red Fort and some protesters were seen hoisting a second flag here. Thousands of protesters marched on the Red Fort. A large number of farmers were also present here. After hoisting the flag at the Red Fort, the farmers returned.

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The farmers will start a tractor rally in Delhi today, for which a complete plan was made, but the farmers who are protesting at the Singhu and Tikari border broke the police barricades and started the rally ahead of time. In many places, the farmers’ organizations also took a different route than the prescribed route. After that the farmers clashed with the police in many places.

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