The Delhi Police Sunday proposed four courses from Ghazipur, Singhu, Chilla, and Tikri borders for the farmers’ farm truck rally on Republic Day.
On Saturday, the Delhi Police conceded the farmers consent to do a farm hauler march on January 26 inside the Capital, yet relying on the prerequisite that they will begin exclusively after the finish of the authority march on Rajpath. According to the arrangement, the farmers will enter Delhi from the boundaries, yet stay in the connecting zones and not endeavor towards Central Delhi.
A large number of farm haulers are set out toward Delhi from Punjab and Haryana to partake in the motorcade. Kulwant Singh Sandhu, general secretary of the Punjab Jamhoori Kisan Sabha, said. “Around 2.5-3 lakh farm trucks will take to the streets close to the dissent locales. The motorcade will be totally serene from our end,” he said.
The Delhi Police had held a progression of talks with farmers attempting to persuade them first to drop their motorcade, and later to keep it outside the Capital, even as security was fixed considering the Republic Day.
“The farmers have been approached to send a composed application, indicating their proposed courses, the quantity of work vehicles and ranchers taking an interest in the motorcade, and the timings. We will examine the course tomorrow with them. However, they have said the work vehicle march might be in the territories around the lines where they are dissenting. They have been guaranteed clinical help and security during the procession,” police sources said
Taking into account the Republic Day festivities, the Delhi Police has conveyed a five-layer security in and around the city. More than 40,000 police, ITBP and CRPF work force will be conveyed at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders, police said.
Since November 28 a year ago, farmers, generally from Punjab and Haryana, have been challenging the laws at a few Delhi line focuses, including Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur, and requesting the three enactments be revoked.