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New Delhi: Chaos and violence took over because the farmers entered Delhi forward of the determined time. The disarray was prompted after the protesters – allowed to carry the “Kisaan Parade” between 12 and 5 PM – started the march a lot earlier than time and deviated from the agreed routes. Chaos erupted on the borders of the capital as protesters have been lathi-charged and tear-gassed by policemen. With the violence swelling up the Delhi Metro Rail Company (DMRC) introduced the closure of entry/exit gates of Delhi Gate metro station. 

Scenes of agitated protesters vandalizing a bus at ITO and utilizing tractors to run over police personnel was captured by ANI. 

 

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Farmer unions protesting towards the Centre’s agri legal guidelines mentioned on Sunday that they may go forward with their proposed tractor parade in Delhi on Republic Day. Addressing a press convention on the Singhu border protest web site, union chief Yogendra Yadav mentioned, “We’ll perform a tractor parade on the Outer Ring Street in Delhi on Republic Day. The parade can be very peaceable. There can be no disruption of the Republic Day parade. The farmers will put up the nationwide flag on their tractors.”

 

Three routes have been cleared for the farmers to carry the parade – 63-km route close to Singhu Border,  62.5 km-long route  from Tikri border, a 68-km lengthy route from Ghazipur border that divides Uttar Pradesh and Delhi.  The scenes of in the present day are fairly totally different from what anticipated. 



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