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Farmers Protesting, Violent Rioting at Tikri Border and Singhu, while the Police remained the silent spectators: Updates

On Sunday, despite granting permission for the rally, the Delhi Police said that they could not disturb the Rajpath festivities, even as the farmers maintained that their parade would be "peaceful"


At many locations in the capital city, protesting farmers clashed with police and reached the historic Red Fort and ITO in the heart of the country’s capital, with hundreds of them straying from negotiated paths, forcing security staff to react with lathicharge and tear gas.

The tractor rally will represent the conclusion of two months of agitation by farmers protesting on the outskirts of Delhi against Centre’s controversial farm rules. On February 1, the day the Union Budget will be unveiled, farmers’ leaders have confirmed a decision to march on foot to Parliament.

Farmers enter Red Fort, central Delhi; Tear gas, lathi charge at ITO, Singhu, Ghazipur border; Protesting farmers breach police barricades; Delhi Police charts three rally routes; Maharashtra farmers demonstrate in unity at Mumbai’s Azad Maidan.

Catch the most recent updates below

Sources claim 380 police personnel  injured

Sources claim 10 farmers have been injured so far


Rioters are numbered at 200-300, while there are thousand police personnel deployed


Aman dabbas a BJP member, Claiming to be a local



Despite the violence and coercion, Farmers remained unburst

Water and power supply soon to be started at Singhu Border


Reported by ANI Goons and police are attacking Farmers.As anticipated in numerous videos, the police are either standing or attacking the protesters in consortium with the goons

Goons have allegedly raised goli maro slogans as well

Goons claiming to be locals clashing with farmers while police stands by


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  • Madam Narmada possibly on site
  • Heavy deployment at Tikri Border , situation tensed.


  • Sambit Patra referred to farmers as extremists in a Twitter post.

“Those we had been calling annadata (food providers) for so many days have turned out to be extremists. Don’t defame annadata, call an extremist an extremist only,” said Patra.

23:43:  Delhi Police registers four FIRs in connection with farmers’ tractor            parade followed by deployment of paramilitary forces 

Farmer union  BKU Kadian has termed the Republic Day violence a ‘conspiracy by the government to undermine the farmers’ movement’.


21:03: Bhupinder Singh Hooda advises farmers to advance peacefully.

Former Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition Bhupinder Singh Hooda has urged protesting farmers to maintain peace and be patient. He said “discipline and non-violence have been the biggest strengths of this movement and farmers must continue with non-violent protests” and added that he had never seen such a large, peaceful, and disciplined movement in his life.


20.34: Over 70 policemen wounded during the dispute with farmers. Delhi Police has said over 70 police personnel were injured during today’s clashes with protesting farmers at different places in the national capital.

  • 17:01: Protesting farmers break the barricades and are pushing inside Delhi. They have succeeded to seize lathis and shields from cops.


  • 16:49: Protesters removed from Red Fort premises by police
  • 16:41: Farmers stage protest at Delhi-Jaipur Expressway in Manesar

  • 16:28: Situation worsening Nangloi. Protesting farmers climb on top of police vans and cracked one of them with lathis. Tear gas shells being fired continuously.


The man died as his tractor overturned at ITO where many farmers partaking in the parade had approached from the Ghazipur border after taking a detour off the pre-agreed route for the march, a senior police officer said.


  • 15:37: Telecom services suspended temporarily in border areas of Delhi

        Telecom services have been suspended temporarily in border areas of Delhi –            Singhu, Ghazipur, Tikri, Mukarba Chowk, Nangloi, and their adjoining areas               from 12:00 pm to 11:59 pm on Tuesday.


  • Security personnel resort to lathi-charge to push back the protesting farmers, in the Nangloi area of Delhi. Tear gas shells also used.

  • 15:29 Delhi Metro Update: Entry/exit gates of all stations on the grey line closed

    Entry/exit gates of all stations on the grey line of Delhi Metro are closed.

  • 15:16   Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot appealed to the protesting farmers to preserve peace and not resort to violence. He said there is no room for violence in a democracy.
  • 15:13  Traffic actions closed from Kapashera Chowk to Bijwasan Road. Detour is given from Kapashera Border & Samalkha T Point. Traffic movement is closed from Dwarka More to Uttam Nagar East Metro Station. The deviation is given from Dwarka More: Delhi Traffic Police
  • 15:10  Swaraj India President Yogendra Yadav appeals for calm


  • 15.06:  Mohali residents take out rally in support of farmers



  • 14:24:   Police outnumbered in some areas



14:20    Red Fort fully occupied by farmers now

              Red Fort is fully occupied by farmers now and tractors are also present                        outside.


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