Smooth Delhi: The Delhi Police on Wednesday asserted that it has rejected all requests obtained from a form of farmer organisations to squawk in the nationwide capital towards the Centre’s recent farm rules.
The police had on Tuesday acknowledged objective motion could possibly be taken towards the protesting farmers if they reach to the metropolis for any gathering amid the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. The farmers will reach Delhi on 26 November by five highways connecting the metropolis as half of their ‘Delhi Chalo’ march name.
Taking to Twitter, the metropolis police acknowledged requests have been rejected for such a gathering in the nationwide capital.
“REGARDING FARMER ORGANIZATIONS MARCH TO DELHI ON 26 and 27 NOVEMBER. The general requests obtained from a form of Farmer Organisations referring to squawk in Delhi on 26 and 27 November have been rejected and this has already been communicated to the organisers,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (Smooth Delhi) tweeted.
“Please co-objective with Delhi Police in ensuring no gathering in Delhi amid coronavirus, failing which objective motion could be initiated as per law,” it acknowledged.
The All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC), Rashtriya Kisan Mahasangh and a form of factions of the Bharatiya Kisan Union have joined hands and formed a ‘Samyukta Kisan Morcha’ to press the central authorities to scrap the three farm rules.
The squawk has the toughen of over 500 farmer organisations.
A seven-member committee has also been formed to coordinate the operations of the Morcha.
Farmers have expressed apprehension that the recent rules would pave contrivance for the dismantling of the minimum toughen label arrangement, leaving them at the “mercy” of gigantic corporates. They’ve been aggravating that the rules be repealed.