- Farmer-police clash in Uttarakhand after stopping to go to Delhi
- Farmers had set the tractor on those who resisted the police beriketsa
- Police said action would be taken against those involved in the case
It took farmers 30 days to oppose the central government’s agricultural laws. Apart from Haryana and Punjab, farmers in other states are also demanding repeal of the law. In Bajpur area of Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand, farmers on their way to Delhi clashed with policemen. Protesters were outraged when they stopped going to Delhi.
He removed the barricades erected by the police from the tractor. The matter had long been a source of tension in the area. Police said barricades were erected to prevent protesters from advancing, which they removed. All involved will be prosecuted. At the same time, the farmers were very upset with this attitude of the police.
Delhi is moving to the right: farmers
The farmers expressed their indignation that the police did not stop them. They are going to Delhi for their right. A video of the incident is also going viral on social media. In the video, farmers can be seen around the barricade. A farmer riding in a tractor is trying to remove the barricades imposed by the police, while on the other hand many policemen are trying to save the barricades. Eventually the tractor succeeds in removing the police barricading.