Live on Delhi Nuisance: Treason case against those who committed violence in the Red Fort; Lookout notice issued against farmer leaders.

On 26 January, the miscreants offered a religious flag on the ramparts of the Red Fort. They also beat up policemen and vandalized the Red Fort complex.

Live on Delhi Nuisance: Treason case against those who committed violence in the Red Fort;  Lookout notice issued against farmer leaders.
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  • Delhi Police on Wednesday detained 200 people in case of nuisance at Kisan rally.
  • 3 hours after the police action, 2 farmers organizations announced to withdraw from the movement

The police is in action for the second consecutive day on the violence that took place on January 26 in the tractor parade of farmers in Delhi.  At around 12 noon on Thursday, the police issued lookout notices against the farmer leaders. That is, they will not be able to go abroad without permission, their passports will be confiscated. At the same time, an hour later, news came that the police had registered a case of treason against those who committed violence in the Red Fort.

However, it has not been known as to which leaders of the lookout notices have been issued and the names of whom in the sedition case.  But, in the case of the lookout notice, sources say that notices have been issued against 20 of the 37 leaders against whom the police had filed an FIR on Wednesday.

On the other hand, farmer leader Yudhveer Singh apologized on the incidents of violence, saying that what happened on Republic Day is shameful.  I was near the Ghazipur border.  Our people were not involved in the troublemakers who entered there.  Still I am ashamed and by fasting on 30 January we will make atonement. '

Police seeks answers from 20 farmer leaders in 3 days


Police has issued a notice to 20 farmer leaders asking why legal action should not be taken against you, reply it in 3 days.  The names of 6 of the leaders who have been given notices have so far appeared.  These leaders are Rakesh Tikait, Yogendra Yadav, Darshan Pal, Baldev Singh Sirsa, Balbir Singh Rajewal and Jagtar Singh Bajwa.  In the notice sent by the police, it is also said that vandalizing the Red Fort on Republic Day is an anti-national activity.