Farmers protest: Centre would be responsible for any violence on Jan 26, threatens Khalistan terror group SFJ

By Lokmat English Desk | Published: January 25, 2021 10:33 AM2021-01-25T10:33:36+5:302021-01-25T10:40:11+5:30

Protesting farmers will take out a tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day. At the same time, lakhs of ...

Farmers protest: Centre would be responsible for any violence on Jan 26, threatens Khalistan terror group SFJ | Farmers protest: Centre would be responsible for any violence on Jan 26, threatens Khalistan terror group SFJ

Farmers protest: Centre would be responsible for any violence on Jan 26, threatens Khalistan terror group SFJ

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Protesting farmers will take out a tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day. At the same time, lakhs of farmers have started gathering at Azad Maidan in Mumbai. Tractor march has been allowed in Delhi and the route has also been decided. More than 12,000 tractors will participate in the rally. Farmers are not allowed to carry any weapons. However, two days ago, a person was caught by the farmers who revealed an alleged plot to shoot four farmer leaders and also to cause disruption during farmers' tractor march on January 26.

Security has been enhanced in the national capital, Delhi and many other parts of the country ahead of Republic Day. Amidst all this, a phone call was made by the banned organisation in the CISF control room, which mentioned the farmers' tractor rally on January 26. According to the information, the phone call was made on behalf of Gurupatwant Singh Pannu, a terrorist of the Sikh for Justice organisation. It said that if there is any violence in the tractor rally of farmers, the government will be responsible for that.

Delhi Police and other intelligence agencies have been fully alerted after such threats came before republic day.  Sikh for Justice is a banned organization in India, whose name has been associated with the farmers' agitation in the years before. These phone calls came from number 13477934761. We do not want any violence, which says that the farmers of Punjab are gathered on the Singhu border. But if there is any violence in the farmers' tractor rally on January 26, India will be responsible for that," he said.

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