With the Delhi Police arresting round 84 individuals in reference to its probe into the violence witnessed throughout the Farmers’ Tractor Rally on January 26, Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Rakesh Tikait has mentioned the farmers’ union is able to maintain talks with the Central Government however on the situation that these arrested ought to be launched.
Accepting that the violence throughout the rally was fallacious and should be investigated, Tikait mentioned: “Narendra Modi is our PM too, we have also voted for him. We are ready to talk to the Centre but on the condition that those who have been arrested be released.”
“What happened on Republic Day is wrong and officials must probe the Red Fort incident and find out who helped protesters there,” he added.
Delhi Police have registered a complete of 38 FIRs in reference to the incident apart from issuing notices to over 13 farmer leaders and activists spearheading the agitation.
Besides Tikait, these issued notices embody famend activist Medha Patkar and Swaraj India chief Yogendra Yadav.
The farmer leaders have been booked below related IPC sections together with costs of try to homicide, punishment for rioting and assault to discourage public servant from discharge of responsibility apart from violating the phrases and situations set for the rally.
Thousands of protesting farmers had clashed with the police personnel throughout the rally. Hundreds of farmers deviated from the route determined by the Delhi Police for his or her tractor rally and entered the majestic Red Fort.
The farmers have up to now held 11 rounds of talks with the ruling dispensation and demanding Prime Minister Modi-led regime to repeal the legal guidelines handed by the Parliament in September final yr.