Farmers Protest near Parliament: Delhi Police issues high alert at 7 Metro Stations
Let us inform that farmers have been protesting from different borders of Delhi for the last several months.
New Delhi: There will be talks again between Delhi Police and farmers on Monday. In view of the announcement of Parliament protest by the farmers, 7 metro stations have been asked to remain alert. In fact, during the conversation held on Sunday, it was the farmer leaders who had put the matter of coming to Jantar Mantar in front of the police.
Farmers protesting at Delhi Border:
To which the police had agreed to a large extent. At the same time, there will be a meeting again on Monday, in which it will be final whether the police will give official permission to come to Jantar Mantar or whether a middle solution will be found.
Let us inform that farmers have been protesting from different borders of Delhi for the last several months. They have a demand from the central government that the three new agricultural laws should be repealed, but the government is not ready to accept their demands.
This is the reason why farmer leaders sometimes demand to take out tractor rally and sometimes siege the Parliament. It is worth noting that till now he has not got permission from the administration regarding the Parliament protest.
Monsoon session in Parliament:
The monsoon session of Parliament is starting from Monday amid the farmers' agitation against agricultural laws. The farmers have warned to march from the Singhu border to Parliament with the commencement of the session.
Delhi Police had an important meeting with the farmers regarding this. In this, the Delhi Police refused to allow the farmers to march to Parliament.
However, the option of demonstrating near Jantar Mantar also came up in the meeting. The Delhi Police has agreed to a great extent on this proposal of the farmers, but the farmers are not ready to accept it.
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