With the tractor parade of 26 January, there is an increasing crowd of farmers on the borders of Delhi. Somavar broke the barricades of farmers from western Uttar Pradesh on the Loni border in Delhi late night and entered Delhi. Police tried to stop them, but the mob removed the barricades from the tractor. Demolition is also reported in some vehicles.

After leaving the Loni border, the farmers met the frozen farmers on the Ghazipur border via Dilashad Garden. Farmers already here will take out a parade on the route given by the police. According to farmer leaders, more than 15 thousand tractors have accumulated on the Ghazipur border as well.

Delhi Police say that the farmers from Baghpat and Shamli were trying to enter through the Loni border. They were stopped due to lack of permission. Some farmers toppled barricades. Later he was allowed to go to Ghazipur border.

Huge crowd at singhu border

Young farmers are raising slogans on the Singhu border to be taken out on the rally ring road itself. Tricolors are seen on almost all tractors.
Young farmers are raising slogans on the Singhu border to be taken out on the rally ring road itself. Tricolors are seen on almost all tractors.
There is
still a difference of opinion among the farmers regarding the route of the adam rally on taking out the parade on the Youth Ring Road . The Kisan Jatbandis and the United Front have said to take out a tractor rally on the route given by the Delhi Police. But on the Singhu border, young farmers are raising slogans on the rally ring road itself. Young Jagdev Singh, who arrived in Delhi on foot from Mangewala in Moga district, says, ‘I have come four hundred kilometers to join this rally only because I can join a tractor rally on the Ring Road, inside Delhi. This is what thousands of young people like me want. The princes of the Jatbandhis will have to obey us. ‘

Police imposed barrier on GT Karnal Road

Palki Sahib, Nihang army and Panj Pyare will remain at the forefront of the rally.
According to the schedule so far, the Kisan rally is scheduled to start at nine in the morning. However, police sources say that farmers will be allowed to enter Delhi only after the Republic Day celebrations end. According to sources, at 8 am, the farmer leaders can once again make the final announcement of the route of the rally. It has been decided at the Singhu border that Palki Sahib, Nihang Fauj and Panj Piare will be at the forefront of the rally. After this, there will be carts of farmer leaders and then tractor behind it.

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