Delhi Police will soon issue a lookout notice against the farmer leaders who perpetrated the violence. Passports of these people will be seized after the lookout notice.
Delhi Police has also given notice to more than 20 farmer leaders, which include the names of Yogendra Yadav, Baldev Singh Sirsa and Rajewal
New Delhi: On January 26, during the farmers’ tractor rally, Delhi Police is seen in the action regarding the violence that broke out in Delhi. It is getting news that the Home Ministry is now going to take strict action against those who committed violence. In this regard, Delhi Police will soon issue a lookout notice against the farmer leaders who have spread violence. Passports of these people will be seized after the lookout notice.
Notice issued to more than 20 farmer leaders
Delhi Police has registered an FIR so far, claiming 37 people are responsible for the violence. Not only this, Delhi Police has also given notice to more than 20 farmer leaders, which include the names of Yogendra Yadav, Baldev Singh Sirsa and Rajewal. In the notice, these leaders have been asked why action should not be taken against you.
Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava claimed in his press conference that violence would not have happened if the farmer leaders had not committed the promise. That is why a case has been registered against them in serious sections like murderous assault, robbery, obstruction of government work, criminal conspiracy and rioting. Section 307 of the conspiracy to kill in the case registered against Rakesh Tikait in Ghazipur police station in Delhi has also been added.
How is the situation on the Delhi border now?
The protests of the farmers on the Tiki Border and the Singhu Border against the three agricultural laws of the Center continue today for 64 days. Heavy security forces are deployed on both the boards.
This morning some farmers took off their clothes and demonstrated in the cold winter on the Tikari border. On the other hand, after the violence in the Red Fort, a large number of security forces are also stationed there. On 26 January, a group of protesters climbed the pole of the Red Fort and hoisted their flag.
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