Farmers march to Delhi against agriculture laws, Delhi Police says: ‘We did not accept any request’


New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Wednesday said it has rejected all requests from various farmers’ organizations for a protest in the national capital against the Centre’s new agriculture bills. Police said Tuesday that kovida -19 will be legal action against protesters on farmers to collect any kind of crowd between infection. It may be mentioned here that under the ‘Delhi Chalo’ March, farmers are scheduled to reach Delhi on November 26 through 5 highways connecting the city.

Delhi Police said on Twitter that requests for any kind of crowd in the national capital have been rejected. Deputy Commissioner of Police (New Delhi) tweeted that information for farmers ‘organizations coming to Delhi on November 26 and 27 … Requests from various farmers’ organizations for demonstrations in Delhi on November 26 and 27 have been rejected. And the organizers have already been informed about this.

“Please cooperate with the Delhi Police and do not gather in Delhi amidst corona virus infection,” he tweeted. Failure to do so will result in legal action.
It may be recalled that various factions of Akhil Bharti Kisan Sangharsh Coordinating Committee, Rashtriya Kisan Mahasangh and Bharti Kisan Union have joined hands and formed a joint Kisan Morcha to press for the repeal of agricultural laws. The protest against the agricultural laws has got the support of more than 500 farmers’ organizations. A seven-member committee has also been formed to coordinate the conduct of the front. It may be mentioned here that there is a suspicion in the minds of the farmers regarding the three agricultural laws that it will lead to the provision of MSP and they will be at the mercy of big business.


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