Farmers Update: Convicted On Tikait, On The Border, Too Much Army Preparations, Powered Off For Farmer Protest?

A sudden tension has been set at the Ghazipur Border on Wednesday late at night after the uproar and violence during the Kisan Tractor Rally that took place on Republic Day.

Indian Farmers Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait alleges that the police have cut off the electricity at the border-protesting place at night.

Indian Farmers Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait alleges that the police have cut off the electricity at the border-protesting place at night. Since the way, strict orders have been ordered by the Home Ministry. It seemed that the police can take any major action on the Ghazipur border at night. Although any such action has so far been denied.

Government Orders Delhi Police

There was a continuous round of meetings in the Home Ministry regarding the violence in Delhi. Home Minister Amit Shah instructed the Delhi Police Commissioner. Top officials that law and order should be maintained in Delhi in every circumstance.

That the strictest action should be taken against the accused. Following the orders of the Home Ministry, a large number of police forces have been deployed at the Ghazipur border late at night. It is said that at midnight on the occasion of Ghaziabad.

Powered Off For Farmer Protest?

Senior police and administrative officers also reached there. Although they have now returned after taking stock of the security arrangements at the border. The deployment of a heavy police force continues.

Since the way, the strictures have been ordered by the Home Ministry. It seemed that the police could take any major action on Ghazipur Border at night, however, any such action has been denied so far.

Now there is a lot of issue between the farmers and the government Now the farmers are angry over the government.

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