Farmers, Cops Exchange Roses, Share Meals At This Spot Amid Delhi Clashes


New Delhi: There are pockets of protests everywhere in Delhi, some places are more little violent than the others during the farmer’s protest.

Farmers, Cops Exchange Roses, Share Meals At This Spot Amid Delhi Clashes

Even as tensions escalated in Delhi between Protesters and Police, some images which saw heartbreaking scenes exchanged roses with state police personnel at the Cheela border point between the national capital and Uttar Pradesh during the worst-hit farmers’ protests in the heart of the city.

Earlier, a planned farmers’ tractor rally in New Delhi went completely out of control, creating some amazing scenery inside the city.

One person was killed during clashes between police and protesting farmers on the occasion of Republic Day when the rally turned violent.

Deviating from the designated path, the peasants built for the Red Fort, where they waved the religious flag, entered the beach gate, and climbed to the sides.

The police later managed to control the situation but that the protesters occupied the main place Ramlila Maidan to protest.

The violence started in the morning when the farmers broke the roads and stormed Delhi ahead of time. He blamed “anti-social elements” for today’s events.

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Still, the Chilean operation in the afternoon looked far from the world: Noida’s Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Ran Vijay Singh was presented a rose by UP Farmers Union of India Farmers Union (BHNU) President Yogesh Pratap Singh. They even ate food prepared by the protesters.

After the incident, the official vowed to stop BKU (Bhanu) members and supporters from coming to the protest site.

For the past two months, state police have barred people from reaching the Chilean border. Tractors stopped in Meerut and Agra.

Due to this, the turnout of UP farmers in today’s events turned out to be less than expected.


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