Round 200 tractor house owners have been issued notices by the Uttar Pradesh police, prompting senior SP chief Ram Govind Chaudhary to allege that the transfer was meant to threaten the farmers. The police, nevertheless, said that the notices don’t have anything to do with the farmers’ protest in opposition to the Centre’s new agriculture legal guidelines.
“Notices have been served to 220 house owners of tractors within the Sikandarpur police station space. Within the discover, it has been talked about that the tractors have been used on public roads for business work, and minors have been driving them. On account of this, there have been street accidents. The tractors have been additionally utilized in unlawful mining,” Bal Mukund Mishra, SHO, Sikandarpur police station advised PTI.
Requested if the police can problem such a discover, Regional Transport Officer Rajeshwar Yadav stated he was not conscious of any such factor. In the meantime, Chief of Opposition in Uttar Pradesh Legislative Meeting, Ram Govind Chaudhary stated police are attempting to threaten the farmers.
“The farmers have tractors, and they’ll the protest website by tractors. Police have issued the notices to hinder the farmers motion,” he alleged.
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