Delhi violence: 12 farmer leaders requested to seem earlier than Crime Department on January 29


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Delhi violence: 12 farmer leaders requested to seem earlier than Crime Department on January 29

The Crime Department of Delhi Polie on Friday despatched notices to 6 farmer leaders to seem earlier than the investigating crew for questioning in reference to Republic Day violence. They’ve been requested to affix the investigation on January 29. The six leaders Buta Singh Burj Gill, Darshan Pal, Rakesh Tikait, Satnam Pannu, and Shamsher Pandher.

Earlier on Thursday, police issued lookout notices in opposition to farmer leaders named in an FIR in reference to the violence in the course of the farmers’ tractor parade on Republic Day and invoked sedition prices in a case of the Purple Fort incident because the drive intensified its investigation. It additionally requested the farmer leaders to submit their response inside three days, explaining why authorized motion shouldn’t be taken in opposition to them as they didn’t observe situations set for the parade.

Police have named 37 farmer leaders, together with Rakesh Tikait, Yogendra Yadav and Medha Patkar, within the FIR that talked about prices of try and homicide, rioting and prison conspiracy. Different farmer leaders who’ve been listed within the FIR are Darshan Pal, Gurnam Singh Chanduni, Kulwant Singh Sandhu, Satnam Singh Pannu, Joginder Singh Ugraha, Surjeet Singh Phool, Jagjeet Singh Dalewal, Balbir Singh Rajewal and Harinder Singh Lakhoval. Earlier, Delhi Police had named actor Deep Sidhu and gangster-turned-social activist Lakha Sidhana in an FIR lodged in reference to the Purple Fort incident.

Police Commissioner SN Srivastava had on Wednesday stated that no offender could be spared. He held a gathering with the particular commissioner of police (Intelligence) and different senior cops on the police headquarters on Thursday. 

The farmer unions protesting in opposition to the three farm legal guidelines alleged that there was a conspiracy behind the violence, which left 394 police personnel injured and one protestor lifeless. 1000’s of protesting farmers, who reached ITO from the Ghazipur border, had clashed with the police on January 26. A lot of them, driving tractors, reached the Purple Fort and entered the monument.

Some protestors even hoisted flags on the domes and positioned the flagstaff on the ramparts of the nationwide monument, the place the nationwide flag is unfurled by the prime minister on Independence Day.

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