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Farmers’ protest: MLA demands execution of leaders implicated in the January 26 violence, writes to Amit Shah

In a letter to Federal Home Minister Amit Shah, the BJP’s MLA Nand Kishore Gurjar on Wednesday demanded farmers and other miscreants including political leaders who are leading violent protests in different parts of the national capital, such as the Red Fort and Ito, are quickly recognized so that Can be hung or shot as soon as seen.

He said the Fast Track Court should issue orders to hang those found guilty of inciting the revolt.

The BJP also suggested in the letter that those participating in violent protests in the national capital could also be shot at the site.

“CM ArvindKejriwal, YogendraYadav, RakeshTikait and United Front terrorists joined the anti-nationalist elements by carrying out a terrorist attack in Delhi in RepublicDay and marred the country around the world.” Gurjar tweeted.

A day after India proudly celebrated its 72nd Republic Day in full grandeur, followed by violence due to clashes between protesting farmers and Delhi police, shards of glass, broken revolving doors, shattered security cameras, and looted administrative offices are still remnants of Republic Day.

The iconic Red Castle still has a red face with a story of shame told to the world. The extent of the damage caused in the sabotage and sabotage operations that took place on Tuesday after hundreds of protesters stormed the Red Fort has not been fully assessed. So far, however, most of the damage is seen outside the Red Fort at ticket counters, security centers and baggage screening machines. Protesters also vandalized a CISF Roma.

Scenes of violence on Tuesday showed the outnumbered police scrambling for cover as protesters marched freely through the memorial. There was vandalism near ticket counters as protesters raced into chaos and smashed panels. Two policemen were quickly taken outside, and were bleeding from the head.

The ugly scenes seen at the Red Fort since Tuesday afternoon took hours to return to normal when protesters were finally forced to evacuate the building and raised religious flags from the top of the fort.

The two-month protest by farmers’ unions, against the center’s new farming laws, turned into chaos on Republic Day when hundreds of protesters broke away from a planned tractor rally on the outskirts of the city, landed barriers at the border, and clashed with police. To enter the capital.

The protesting farmers entered the famous Red Fort and the International Technology Organization in the heart of the national capital, where hundreds of them deviated from the agreed-upon roads, prompting security personnel to resort to turning and tear gas.

The visuals that emerged from ITO, where the police headquarters are located, were all the more disturbing. Policemen wearing riot control equipment appeared helpless as the protesting farmers outnumbered them and were seen running or hiding behind cars, chased by farmers armed with sticks and colliding with their tractors on buses parked there.

Delhi Police have detained around 200 protesters for rioting, damaging public property and attacking police personnel, a day after the violence during a tractor rally in the capital. So far, the police have registered 22 flight information areas in this matter.

Farmers have been protesting at the various borders of the national capital since November 26 against the newly enacted three agricultural laws – the Farmers’ Product Trade and Trade (Promotion and Facilitation) Act 2020; The Farmers Empowerment and Protection Agreement) regarding the Agricultural Price and Services Guarantee Act of 2020 and the Basic Commodities (Amendment) Law of 2020.



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