Thousands of farmers have been protesting at different boundaries of Delhi for more than two months against the new agricultural laws of the Center. Police have made elaborate security arrangements to stop the farmers. Meanwhile, Delhi Police has come on the back foot as soon as the pictures of Metal Lathis Police went viral. These pictures are becoming very viral on social media. After the pictures went viral, now finally the Delhi Police has to give clarification. The Delhi Police has said in its clarification that the steel rod has been sent back to senior officers as soon as it comes to know about these weapons.
Police say that the pictures of steel sticks which have come out are from Shahdara district. According to NDTV, the police said that they were replenished at their level by the local authorities. No approval was taken from senior officials for this. The lathis have been sent back immediately as soon as the senior officers come to know. Delhi Police made it clear that there are no plans to use steel sticks.
It is worth noting that more than 400 policemen of Delhi Police were injured in the violence during the farmers’ tractor rally held on 26 January, Republic Day, including those who were armed with weapons like swords, iron rods, furs, swords. were killed. It was earlier reported that the police have prepared steel sticks to face the miscreants, with the help of these lathis, it will be able to teach a tough lesson to the miscreants. However, the police are officially denying such sticks.
Indeed, the demonstration sites of the farmers on the borders of Delhi have been converted into fortresses. To further restrict the movement of thousands of protesters who have been protesting against the new agricultural laws of the central government since 26 November, the workers, under the supervision of policemen, saw iron strips between the two cement barriers near the main highway on the Singhu border. Gaya.
Another section of the highway on the Delhi-Haryana border has been blocked and a temporary cement wall has been erected there. Several barricades have been erected at Ghazipur on the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border to prevent vehicular movement. Barbed wire has also been installed to prevent people from walking. Meanwhile, farmers have announced that on February 6, they will jam the wheel for three hours.