Protesting all the promises of the peaceful movement, the protesters committed fierce violence during the Kisan Tractor rally on Republic Day, in which around 400 policemen were injured, who are being treated in hospitals. The country’s Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday went to the Civil Line’s Tirathram Shah Hospital and Sushruta Trauma Center to meet the injured police personnel and know their health. During this, he praised the bravery of all the soldiers and wished them well soon.
Amit Shah said, “Today presented the brave policemen of Delhi Police to the hospital and wished them a speedy recovery. The entire nation is proud of the example of courage and co-ordination that was presented by the Delhi Police in the violence on Republic Day. Earlier, Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal also went to the Sushruta Trauma Center and met the injured policemen and prayed for their speedy recovery.
Police were attacked with sword and sticks
It is known that during the Kisan Tractor rally taken out on 26 January, the protesters threw stones at many places and attacked the police with swords, sticks and sticks etc. Violence during the rally has caused considerable damage to public property and many policemen have also been injured. In fact, the route for the tractor march coming from different borders was decided on the farmers tractor rally, which was not accepted by the farmers and the protesters started violence on reaching the border areas of Delhi before the scheduled time.
Delhi Police extremely angry with the promise
After the violence in March on the Republic Day, the tractor of Delhi-NCR is now on police alert. Delhi Police has said that the protesting farmers started violence in violation of all the conditions of the tractor rally. The parade was to be held from 12 noon to 5 pm and 5,000 tractors were to be included in it.
The police commissioner was very upset with the promise of the farmer leaders. He said during a press conference that the result of our strong arrangements and restraint is that no one was harmed by police action in such a big incident. I reiterate that whoever is found to be involved in violence, even if they are farmer leaders, will not spare anyone from the Delhi Police.