Tractor rally violence: ‘No one will be spared,’ says Delhi Police Commissioner


    Tractor rally violence: ‘Nobody will be spared,’ states Delhi Police Commissioner

    22 FIRs were signed up in connection with the violence that broke out throughout the farmers’ tractor parade in Delhi leaving over 300 cops injured.

    Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava PC

    ( Image Source: RECTUM)

    Upgraded: Jan 27, 2021, 09: 10 PM IST

    A day after the Farmers’ tractor rally turned violent and clashes emerged with the police workers in the National Capital, ruining the Republic Day celebrations, the Delhi authorities held a press conference on Wednesday. Previously in the day, Delhi Police signed up 22 FIRs in connection with the violence that broke out during the farmers’ tractor parade in the national capital leaving over 300 police officers hurt, officials stated.

    In his interview, Delhi Cops Commissioner SN Shrivastava stated that 19 implicated have actually been detained and 50 people have actually been apprehended. They are being questioned. Shrivastava said, “By January 25 night, it concerned fore that they (farmers) were not keeping their words. They brought forward aggressive & militant components who inhabited the stage & provided provocative speeches that made their objectives clear.”

    19 implicated have been arrested and 50 individuals have actually been detained. They are being questioned: Delhi Cops Commissioner SN Shrivastava on the violence during the farmers’ tractor rally on Jan 26 Bs

    — RECTUM (@ANI) January 27, 2021

    He even more added that bearing in mind the interests of the security of the people of Delhi, it was decided that some terms & conditions be enforced, it was given to them in composing. The rally was to last from 12 pm to 5pm and was to be led by farmer leaders accompanying with their groups.

    “We are utilizing the facial acknowledgment system and taking the aid of CCTV and video footage to identify the implicated.

    — ANI (@ANI) January 27, 2021

    On being asked if cops have actually taken any action against Deep Sidhu, Delhi Cops Commissioner said, “Action will be taken against whoever was associated with this (violence on Jan 26). Cases have actually been registered. During the investigation, many names will show up & rigorous action will be taken versus them.”

    Cops Commissioner said that 394 police personnel sustained injuries in the violence (throughout the tractor rally on Jan 26) and numerous of them are still confessed to healthcare facilities. A few of them are admitted to ICU wards.

    Previously an authorities said that multiple videos and CCTV video footage were being scanned to recognize farmers involved in the violence on Tuesday and that strict action would be taken against the culprits. Security has actually been boosted in numerous locations across the national capital, specifically at the Red Fort and farmer demonstration websites, with deployment of additional paramilitary forces following the violence.

    The tractor parade on Tuesday that was to highlight the demands of the farmer unions to reverse three new agri laws liquified into anarchy on the streets of the city as tens of countless protesters broke through barriers, fought with police, reversed automobiles and hoisted a spiritual flag from the ramparts of the Red Fort.

    ( the heading, this story has not been published by Crucial India News personnel and is published from a syndicated feed.).


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