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Karnataka Police Refuse Permission For Tractor Rally into Freedom Park in Bengaluru

Farmers 'Movement as part of the Republic Day Parade in Delhi - Karnataka and Karnataka State Farmers' Union and Green Army Members held a bike rally at Jayadeva circle. Credit: Prajavani Photo

(pic) Karnataka farmers (lead by local congress leaders) do road blocking and bike rallies. DH photo

I would like to think that Karnataka Police have been more alert than Delhi Police; no permission has been given by Karnataka Police to farmers to proceed to ‘Freedom Park’ in Bengaluru, using ‘Tractors’.

In Karnataka, Police gave permission to Farmers to do bike rallies or bring people to ‘Freedom Park’ using buses on Republic Day.

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View at link below permission given in Delhi for the tractor rally by Delhi Police:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/farmers-tractor-rally-live-updates-security-tightened-in-delhi-as-farmers-prepare-to-hold-kisan-gantantra-parade/ar-BB1d5qro

Late night reports from ‘Times Now TV channel’ says, there were minor clashes (between Protestors & Police) at Delhi-Punjab border on the eve of Republic Day.  At some check posts at Delhi borders with neighboring States, Farmers riding tractors tried to bulldoz through police barricades; not all in the ‘Tractor rally’ agree to ‘fixed routes’ assigned by Delhi Police (after discussions with a few leaders of ‘Farmer Unions’) Reportedly, there are over 400 Unions, not all Unions are agreeable to routes fixed by Delhi Police for Tractor Rally! 

‘Times Now TV channel’ says, Delhi Police are tracking over 300 twitter posts that encourage protesters to tarnish image of Republic Day celebrations in Central Delhi; some of the twitter post handles have been traced to Pakistan and Kalisthan supporters (according to Times Now TV channel.)

Supreme Court order says, Police can take action if the ‘protest rallies’ create Law and Order situation disturbing peace and freedom of others who commute between border States into Delhi or damage public property.

Have a Peaceful Republic Day!

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Mellowed out and enlightened septuagenarian. Tech savvy. Social writing is just a pastime to kill time. I keep contributing to several developmental projects in the area of engineering education, IT and Healthcare projects launched by my kith and kin. I am too lazy to write a book, 'cause I think my life itself is a book! I am also at www.facebook.com/sureshnrao
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Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi(@bakshink)
10 months ago

I think a very long rope has been given to the adamant farmers who are not ready to listen. It will be a miracle if their rally passes off peacefully. With their antics, their agitation is gaining momentum as there are many idlers and trouble makers in India who are on the look for an opportunity for creating trouble, and funding by Pakistan and China cannot be ruled out. I am really upset about the obduracy of the farmers.

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