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How the situation turned ugly at Red Fort

How the situation turned ugly at Red Fort

New Delhi: The farmers' movement that had been peaceful for the last two months turned violent on Republic Day on Tuesday after scores of protesters deviated from the designated route for the proposed tractor rally.After a clash between the farmers and the police at the ITO intersection where hundre...

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Government did not take peaceful protest seriously, should have maintained law and order: Pawar

Government did not take peaceful protest seriously, should have maintained law and order: Pawar

Mumbai: Criticising the Centre over its handling of tractor march by farmers in the national capital on Republic Day in which several incidents of violence took place, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar on Tuesday said that the government should have maintained law and order...

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Punjab CM condemns violence during tractor march, urges genuine farmers to return to Delhi border

Punjab CM condemns violence during tractor march, urges genuine farmers to return to Delhi border

Chandigarh: Terming as unacceptable the violence perpetrated by certain elements during today's tractor march in the national capital, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh urged all genuine farmers to immediately vacate Delhi and return to the borders, where they had been protesting peacefu...

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20 injured cops, farmers being treated at Lok Nayak after clashes

20 injured cops, farmers being treated at Lok Nayak after clashes

New Delhi: A total of 20 people, comprising both policemen and farmers, are being treated at the Lok Nayak Hospital following clashes near the ITO crossing in central Delhi on Tuesday as some farmers deviated from the route of their tractor rally and drove into the city, officials said.The Delhi gov...

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Farmers union blames 'antisocial elements' for violence

Farmers union blames 'antisocial elements' for violence

New Delhi: Farmers' union body the Samyukta Kisan Morcha on Tuesday disassociated itself from those who indulged in violence during the tractor parade, and  alleged some "antisocial elements" infiltrated their otherwise peaceful movement.The union also condemned and regretted the "undesirable" ...

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Farmers union blames 'antisocial elements' for violence

Farmers union blames 'antisocial elements' for violence

New Delhi: Farmers' union body the Samyukta Kisan Morcha on Tuesday disassociated itself from those who indulged in violence during the tractor parade, and  alleged some "antisocial elements" infiltrated their otherwise peaceful movement.The union also condemned and regretted the "undesirable" ...

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Farmers' protest: Amit Shah holds meet to discuss security

Farmers' protest: Amit Shah holds meet to discuss security

New Delhi: Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla on Tuesday briefed Home Minister Amit Shah about the situation in Delhi where the farmers' tractor rally against the agri laws turned violent, officials said.The meeting came after a large number of farmers with their tractors broke police barricades and e...

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Groups of farmers start moving back, but still in Delhi

Groups of farmers start moving back, but still in Delhi

New Delhi: Some groups of farmers started going back to their respective sit-in sites on Tuesday evening after hours of chaos during their tractor parade against the farm laws, but thousands of other protesters were still in several areas, including ITO, Nangloi and Mukarba Chowk, of the national ca...

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Clashes between farmers and cops; protestors enter Red Fort

Clashes between farmers and cops; protestors enter Red Fort

New Delhi: Protesting farmers clashed with police at several places in the national capital and entered the iconic Red Fort and ITO in the heart of national capital, with hundreds of them deviating from pre-decided routes, prompting security personnel to resort to lathicharge and tear gas.Chaotic sc...

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Don't take law in your hands: Cops to farmers

Don't take law in your hands: Cops to farmers

New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Tuesday appealed to the protesting farmers to not take law in their hands and maintain peace as clashes between the force and protesting farmers broke out at a number of places in the national capital.The police also asked the farmers to head back to their pre-decided ...

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