New posters installed by Delhi Authorities at Tikri ask protesters to distribute
Cops said posters were set up after January 26.
Hoardings put up by Delhi Cops at the Tikri border have led to discomfiture among protesters and farm leaders.
Sudhanshu Dhama, Extra DCP (Outer), said the boards were put after the January 26 violence.
” We are not taking any action against them. We put the boards at various junctions for protesters as a precautionary step after the violence near the border. In case the farmers breach the law once again, they ought to know it’s prohibited.”
Shingara Singh Mann, senior vice-president of BKU Ugrahan, told The Indian Express: “I identified this notification around 5 pm near Tikri border, close to the spot where naka of Delhi Police can be seen.
He included, “The notification turned up after Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar stated ‘a crowd event doesn’t result in revocation of laws’. It is actually unexpected that he did 12 meetings with this crowd and even praised us for maintaining peace and keeping this dharna apolitical. He used to call it ‘Kisan Andolan’ during our meetings and now we are a crowd.”
Dr Dashan Buddy, president of the Krantikari Kisan Union and member of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, said, “We highly condemn such actions. Farmers are objecting in a serene way at the borders for 90 days and we will continue to oppose till our needs are met. We are not even sitting inside Delhi.”
At Tikri Verge On Tuesday, farmers continued their protest as typical, under the shadow of cops deployment.
Anil Malik, a farmer, stated, “They already tried this in Ghazipur however it backfired.
Sukhdayal Singh from Mansa, Punjab, said: “In a month the harvest season will be upon us, we have actually thought about how to continue the protest here with people reoccuring in batches so that work is not impacted.”
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