Barbadian pop star Rihanna took to her Twitter deal with to touch upon the continued farmers’ protest within the capital metropolis of India. She shared CNN’s story on the present state of farmers’ protest and exclaimed, “why aren’t we speaking about this?! #FarmersProtest.”
For over two months, hundreds of farmers have been protesting on the Delhi borders searching for the repeal of three farm legal guidelines handed by the Parliament. At current, the Supreme Court docket has stayed the implementation of the farm legal guidelines and fashioned a committee to resolve the continued deadlock.
— Rihanna (@rihanna) February 2, 2021
Rihanna is the primary Worldwide pop icon to touch upon the continued farmers’ protest in India. The report shared by her talks in regards to the Web ban within the areas the place the farmers’ are protesting. Earlier than her, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters recited Delhi scholar Aamir Aziz’s anti-CAA viral poem ‘Sab Yaad Rakha Jayega’ at a protest in London.
In the meantime, safety remained tightened on the Ghazipur and Tikri borders of the nationwide capital in view of the continued farmers’ protest in opposition to the central farm legal guidelines. The Delhi Police has cemented nails close to barricades at Ghazipur (Delhi-Uttar Pradesh) and Tikri (Delhi-Haryana) borders, in response to information company ANI. Delhi Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava had visited the Ghazipur border on Monday to examine the safety preparations.
Additionally, police have closely barricaded the Ghazipur border. Barbed wire and cement barricades have been planted on the roads to limit the motion of the farmers. In the meantime, employees beneath the watch of police personnel on Monday hooked iron rods between two rows of cement boundaries on a flank of the primary freeway on the Singhu border to additional limit the motion of protesters agitating in opposition to the brand new farm legal guidelines on the web site. One other portion of the freeway on the Delhi-Haryana border is virtually blocked now as a makeshift cement wall has come up there.
The Ministry of Residence Affairs (MHA) on Tuesday launched an official assertion on the violence witnessed by the nationwide capital on Republic Day, revealing that the Delhi Police had filed 39 instances in opposition to the agitators between September 2020 to January 2021.
Giving a blow-by-blow account of the Republic Day violence, the MHA said that as per the Delhi Police, massive convoys of protesting farmers in tractor trollies tried to furiously go previous the police barricades, to enter the capital, taking regulation and order of their hand. It additional revealed how protestors, in flip, used ‘legal power’ to discourage public servants from performing their duties, inflicting harm to public property and the police personnel.
Jan 26 violence
On January 26, the farmers’ rally took a violent flip after teams of farmers broke police barricades on the Delhi border to enter the nationwide capital earlier than the allotted time. Aside from this, some protesters didn’t comply with the pre-decided routes and as an alternative proceeded in the direction of Central Delhi. As per visuals, a number of the protesters vandalised a DTC bus and drove tractors to intentionally run over the police personnel at ITO in central Delhi.
In a transparent violation of the circumstances laid down by the police, farmers have been seen carrying sticks and using horses. Thereafter, the anti-farm legal guidelines protesters entered the premises of the Purple Fort and unfurled their very own flags from its ramparts. Whereas the scenario was introduced beneath management by the top of the day, the untoward incidents provoked outrage from scores of individuals throughout the nation.
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