Breaking: Delhi Police allows Farmers to take tractor rally for a few kilometers inside Delhi

Farmers Protest: As the reports are coming in, the farmers are allowed to take-out tractor rally for a few kilometers inside Delhi from Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur border. The decision is taken during the meeting between Delhi Police and protesting farmers, on Sunday.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Jan 24, 2021 18:29 IST
Breaking: Delhi Police allows Farmers to take tractor rally for a few kilometers inside Delhi
Farmers Tractor Rally allowed inside delhi- Photo- TIE

As the reports are coming in, the protesting farmers have been allowed to carry-out the Tractor rally on January 26. On Sunday, January 24 in the hours-long meeting between farmer leaders and Delhi Police, it has been decided that the farmers are allowed to go a few kilometers inside Delhi for pre-decided Tractor rally, said Deepender Pathak, Special Commissioner, Delhi Police.

On 26th January when India is celebrating its 73rd Republic Day, the protesting farmers would be carrying out tractor rallies inside the national capital. Farmers are allowed to take out tractor rallies for a few kilometers inside Delhi from Singhu, Tikri, and Ghazipur border, said Deepender Pathak, Special Commissioner of Delhi Police.

Delhi Police Spcl. CP Deepender Pathak's Press Conference on allowing Tractor rally inside Delhi (Live Updates): Farmers Protest

For the security arrangements of the tractor rally, we will be providing required Police deployment realising that there are elements of threat to create disturbance in the rally.

We have finally decided, we have agreed that we will have tractor rally also on that day (Republic Day) maintaining the sanctity and security arrangements of the Republic Day celebrations: Special Commissioner, DP.

We estimate that 12,000-13,000 tractors are present right now at Delhi’s borders. The number is likely to go up in a couple of hours: Delhi Police

As many as 308 Pakistan Twitter accounts intending to disrupt tractor parade have been identified: Dependra Pathak, Special Commissioner of Police.

Just in- Delhi police give formal permission for Kisan tractor rally on January 26.