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Farmers Protest: The farmers’ protest against the new agricultural laws of the Center continues. After the ongoing talks with the Delhi Police for the last several days, finally the farmers’ protest has got the green signal on Wednesday.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Deepak Pandey | Updated on: 21 Jul 2021, 11:15:52 PM
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  • Farmers’ movement continues for new agricultural laws of the Center
  • Delhi Police allows farmers to protest

New Delhi:

Farmers Protest : Farmers continue to protest against the new agricultural laws of the Centre. After the ongoing talks with the Delhi Police for the last several days, finally the farmers’ protest has got the green signal on Wednesday. Actually, many cases have become such, on which Delhi Police was going very carefully. The biggest concern is that the way the farmers became uncontrollable on Republic Day i.e. 26 January after getting permission, can the same situation be created again.

This was the reason why the Delhi Police was reluctant to give permission to the farmers even after repeatedly saying that they wanted to protest peacefully. But, finally, a day before the start of the demonstration, it became a thing on Wednesday. Delhi Police has allowed farmers to hold peaceful protest at Jantar Mantar from Thursday, but only 200 farmers will protest at Jantar Mantar.

The Delhi government has given formal permission to the farmers to protest at Jantar Mantar. From July 22 to August 9, from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, a maximum of 200 protesting farmers of the United Kisan Morcha were allowed to protest. Demonstration has been allowed with Corona rules. At present, the Disaster Management Act is in force in Delhi, due to which no gathering can take place under the guidelines of DDMA, but for the movement of farmers, the Delhi Government has amended and approved the guidelines.

agreed upon

  • The Kisan Sansad will run daily from 11 am to 5 pm.
  • Each organization will include 5-5 farmers, whose identity will be marked in advance.
  • Due to the ongoing demonstration at different borders of Delhi, farmers will walk for the Singhu border at 8 am.
  • By gathering at the Singhu border, the farmers will leave for Jantar Mantar at 10 am by filling them in about 5 buses together.
  • Apart from the Singhu border, no front of farmers will go towards Jantar Mantar from any other border.
  • 200 farmers will go in these buses and police vehicles will also run along with them, so that there is no disturbance in between.
  • Seating will be fixed at Jantar Mantar and the Kisan Sansad will run from 11 am to 5 pm following the Kovid rules at the same places.
  • All arrangements will be made for the safety of the farmers at Jantar Mantar and CCTV will also be monitored so that no outsider can join the protest.
  • The stage will also operate in the Kisan Parliament and farmers will also address the same platform.
  • After 5 pm, the farmers will again go to the Singhu border in the same buses again.
  • Even while coming, strict police vigil will remain around the buses, so that no disturbances can happen.
  • Every day 5-5 farmers from about 40 organizations will attend the Parliament and out of the same 5 farmers, one will be made a monitor and he will have to take responsibility in case of any disturbance.

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First Published : 21 Jul 2021, 11:15:52 PM

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