With the farmers’ ‘Kisan Gantantra Parade’ turning violent at a number of locations within the nationwide capital, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday condemned the violence and demanded the BJP-led authorities to roll again the anti-farmer legal guidelines within the nationwide curiosity.
Venting his ire on the ruling dispensation, Rahul Gandhi stated, “violence will not be the answer to any downside”.
“Whoever will get injured, the loss is of the nation. The anti-farmer legal guidelines needs to be withdrawn within the curiosity of the nation,” he tweeted.
हिंसा किसी समस्या का हल नहीं है। चोट किसी को भी लगे, नुक़सान हमारे देश का ही होगा।
देशहित के लिए कृषि-विरोधी क़ानून वापस लो!
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) January 26, 2021
In the meantime, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait alleged the folks from political events try to malign the farmers’ agitation.
“We all know the people who find themselves attempting to create a disturbance. They’ve been recognized,” he stated whereas responding to information company ANI relating to the continuing protests which have gone out of arms.
Dramatic scenes had been witnessed after the agitating farmers clashed with the Delhi Police personnel close to ITO intersection in central Delhi, with the cops firing tear fuel shells and resorting to baton-charge to disperse the farmers.
The farmers, who began their parade a lot forward of the scheduled timing entered the nationwide capital defying the settlement of the scheduled time of tractor rally and creating a number of fronts at Karnal Bypass, Mukarba Chowk, Transport Nagar, Akshardham, Gazipur and Tikri border.
Some farmers armed with swords had been additionally seen clashing with the police. The farmers additionally broken a number of autos with their tractors. Additionally they pelted stones on the police personnel.
Earlier within the day, the farmers entered the nationwide capital from the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh Ghazipur border after breaking the barricades and clashed with the police close to Akshardham intersection of east Delhi, IANS experiences.
The Delhi Police had on Sunday given permission for the tractor rally after the annual Republic Day parade.