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News18 Daybreak | Farmer Unions Call Off Tractor Parade After Violence at Red Fort and Other Stories You Need to Watch Out For

Farmers at Red Fort during their tractor parade on Republic Day, in New Delhi. (PTI)

Farmers at Red Fort during their tractor parade on Republic Day, in New Delhi. (PTI)

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Farmer Unions Call Off Tractor Parade After Violence at Red Fort; High Alert Issued in Punjab and Haryana

Tens of thousands of farmers broke barriers to storm the national capital on Tuesday, their tractor parade to highlight their demands dissolving into unprecedented scenes of anarchy as they fought with police, overturned vehicles and hoisted a religious flag from the ramparts of the Red Fort. Later on Tuesday, an umbrella body of farmers' unions called off the tractor parade in the aftermath of the violence in the national capital.

Republic Day Violence: Delhi Police Register 4 FIRs for Rioting, Damage to Public Property

The Delhi Police on Tuesday registered four FIRs in connection with the protesting farmers' tractor parade in the national capital, officials said. "Three FIRs were registered in east district and one in Shahdara district on Tuesday," a police official said. Most of the incidents were reported from Mukarba Chowk, Gazipur, A-Point ITO, Seemapuri, Nangloi T-Point, Tikri Border and Red Fort, reported ANI quoting police sources.

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Punjab CM Urges All 'Genuine' Farmers to Vacate Delhi, Calls Scenes of Violence 'Shocking'

Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday urged ‘genuine’ farmers protesting against the new farm reform laws to ‘vacate’ Delhi and return to the borders of the national capital after the tractor rally taken out by the agitators turned violent on Tuesday. Describing the scenes witnessed in the city as ‘shocking’, Singh said the violence by some elements was unacceptable. “It'll negate goodwill generated by peacefully protesting farmers. Kisan leaders have disassociated themselves & suspended #TractorRally (sic),” he tweeted.

CA Unable to Identify Spectators Who Racially Abused Mohammed Siraj & Jasprit Bumrah: Report

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