Farmers Protest Latest News, Indian Farmers Protest 2021 : Earlier, Delhi Police Special CP Praveer Ranjan said that the crime branch was examining who all were involved in actual violations, including leaders, who had given undertaking for tractor parade on fixed route, didn't abide by it.
More peasants are pouring in at the protest site from neighbouring areas like Meerut, Ghaziabad and Muzaffarnagar.
Kisan Andolan 2020, Farmers Protest in Delhi News Updates: BJP Chief JP Nadda today said that the government was just a call away and ready to talk whenever farmers wanted.”Our proposal still stands. What happened on January 26, it was our sympathetic attitude that Police didn’t take action as they are our people. Government dealt with it while trying to see no untoward incident takes place,” he said.
Earlier, Delhi Police Special CP Praveer Ranjan said that the crime branch was examining who all were involved in actual violations, including leaders, who had given undertaking for tractor parade on fixed route, didn’t abide by it. “We are probing role of main leaders in route violations.” He further said that there was no coordination issue with Punjab Police, though police haven’t been able to arrest Deep Sidhu. “Hopefully, he will be traced soon. Be it politicians or their followers, probe will proceed ahead on basis of evidence and action will be taken against them,” he said.
Bharatiya Kisan Union’s Rakesh Tikait today said that Mahapanchayats will be held across the country over the farm laws. Presently, he is in Jind where a Mahapanchayat is underway. He said such panchayats will be held across the country until the government accepts farmers’ demands. Tikait yesterday said that the protest will not end before October.
The government yesterday asserted in Lok Sabha that it was ready to discuss issues related to farmers both inside and outside Parliament amid vociferous protests by the Opposition which forced repeated adjournments of both the Houses. Rajya Sabha was adjourned for the day on Tuesday without transacting substantial business as the Congress and other opposition members created an uproar demanding discussion on the issue of farmers' protest over the three new farm laws. Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar told Lok Sabha after the first adjournment that the Modi government is always committed to discuss the farmer issues. "Government is ready to discuss issues related to farmers inside and outside Parliament," he said amid sloganeering by opposition members. Tomar's reply came after Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury claimed that 170 farmers have died during the ongoing agitation against the three contentious farm laws. "Atrocities are being committed on farmers. Situation is similar to British rule," Chowdhury alleged.