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The Delhi Police has banned farmers from taking out any kind of march and demonstration in Delhi. Delhi Police has tweeted and said that if farmers come to Delhi without permission, then legal action will be taken against them. The demand of farmers to protest at Jantar Mantar has also been rejected by Delhi Police. Delhi Police will also seal all the boundaries of Delhi on 26 and 27 November.
On the other hand, in view of the rising corona epidemic in Delhi, the central government is talking to the farmer leaders. According to the information received, farmers and peasant leaders of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Kerala and Punjab have announced the Delhi Chalo March in Delhi on 26 and 27 November in protest against the new agricultural laws. Farmers from these states are likely to start coming to Delhi from 26 November.
Delhi Police spokesman Dr. Ish Singhal said that legal action will be taken if farmers enter Delhi without permission. No marches and gatherings are allowed in Delhi in view of the corona virus. Corona can perform in Delhi with permission after epidemic is under control. Farmers have also not been allowed to perform at Jantar-Mantar. Farmer leaders had a meeting last week regarding the new agricultural laws. It was decided that hundreds of farmers would march to Delhi. Farmers’ organizations together have formed a united peasant front to pressurize the center against the new agricultural laws. This front has got the support of hundreds of farmer organizations.
On November 2, permission was asked to perform at Jantar Mantar
Convenor of All India Kisan Sangh’s Coordination Committee, VM Singh had written a letter to New Delhi District DCP Dr. Ish Singhal on November 2 seeking permission to protest at Jantar Mantar. On November 4, on behalf of Dr. Ish Singhal, he refused permission to write to VM Singh. Delhi Police has said in the letter that in view of the Supreme Court and Delhi government’s Kovid guidelines, mobilization in any form cannot be allowed in Delhi till November 30.