The Republic Day raid was planned ahead of time

By | January 29, 2021

When the Delhi police strictly ordered not to open fire, armed Nihang Sikhs covered the tractors rolling towards the Red Fort.

Delhi police officers on the Singhu and Tikri borders on January 26, when a rally of farm tractors got out of hand, may have thought they were retreating in time, and Nihang Sikhs, armed with spears and swords, led an attack to disperse the police. clearing the way for tractors to destroy barricades on the way to Fort Rouge.

NEW DELHI, INDIA – 2021/01/26: Protesters climb a flagpole at the Red Fort during the demonstration.

Delhi police sent 30 notices to farmer leaders under various sections of the IPC and CrPC, and 66 people were arrested. The police also released the vehicle registration numbers of about 25 FIRs filed by the relevant district police units.

Farmer union leaders are now trying to blame the violence against militants in or on the Modi government – both without evidence, but senior police officers directly involved in the case clearly state that the party raid in the Republic was planned and planned. At least 271 police officers were seriously injured at these two borders, of which a 9mm pistol and a gas pistol were stolen by West Delhi police agitators.

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According to witness testimony from senior police officers, the breach of the barricade was led by Nihan Sikhs from both borders and carried out by tractors without hidden license plates using special hooks to remove barriers from the road jersey. When the Delhi police strictly ordered not to open fire, armed Nihang Sikhs covered the tractors rolling towards the Red Fort.

“We will send out notices to all agricultural leaders at the Singh and Tikri borders of the Republic Day violence as all agreed obligations for the tractor rally have been violated,” said a senior police officer. As HT pointed out, it is about the beginning of the rallies long before the agreed time; deviate from routes, and vandalize.

Although paramilitaries have been deployed to both borders to maintain law and order, the main task of the Delhi police now is to ensure that official events such as the retreat ceremony on Friday (also on the first day of the parliament’s winter session) go smoothly. … Following the completion of the Republic Day ceremonies, strict measures should be taken as at least 71 government vehicles were severely damaged.

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