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Delhi Police issues notices to Yogendra Yadav, Balbir Singh Rajewal and 18 others

By Rajan Nath -- January 28, 2021 10:01 am -- Updated:Feb 15, 2021

Delhi Police on Thursday issued notices to at least 20 farmer leaders including Yogendra Yadav, Baldev Singh Sirsa, Balbir Singh Rajewal for breaching the agreement with police regarding the farmers' tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day.

Delhi Police has asked farmers leaders including Yogendra Yadav, Balbir Singh Rajewal to reply within 3 days.

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Delhi Police issued notices to at least 20 farmer leaders including Yogendra Yadav, Balbir Singh Rajewal over farmers' tractor march in Delhi.

This comes after several farmer leaders were named in an FIR registered in connection with the violence during farmers' tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day.

Meanwhile, the Union Home Minister Amit Shah will visit two hospitals where police personnel injured in the violence during farmers' tractor rally on January 26 have been admitted in north Delhi.

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Delhi Police issued notices to at least 20 farmer leaders including Yogendra Yadav, Balbir Singh Rajewal over farmers' tractor march in Delhi.

Likewise, Bar Council of India stated that "Acts of sacrilege of Red Fort podium and National Flag, which are symbols of pride, honour and sovereignty of country are unpardonable. All those responsible for these acts including instigators from various political and other outfits should be identified and punished."

Delhi Police issued notices to at least 20 farmer leaders including Yogendra Yadav, Balbir Singh Rajewal over farmers' tractor march in Delhi.

On Wednesday, Chinmay Biswal, DCP, Headquarters, had written to Krantikari Kisan Union leader Darshan Pal Singh asking to explain as to why legal action should not be taken against him for breaching the agreement with police regarding the tractor rally. He has been asked to reply within 3 days.

"You are also directed to provide names of the perpetrators of such violent acts belonging to your organisation," reads the Delhi Police letter.

-PTC News