The Delhi Police on Wednesday gave permission to farmers to stage demonstrations at Jantar Mantar demanding scrapping of the agri legal guidelines through the ongoing monsoon session of Parliament, official sources stated.
They stated farmers will journey to Jantar Mantar from the Singhu border in buses with police escort.
The monsoon session of Parliament began on Monday and is scheduled to conclude on August 13.
A day earlier, farmers’ unions stated they may maintain a ‘Kisan Parliament’ at Jantar Mantar through the monsoon session and 200 protesters from the Singhu border will attend it every single day from July 22.
After a gathering with Delhi Police officers on Tuesday, a farm union chief stated they may maintain peaceable demonstrations at Jantar Mantar demanding scrapping of the agri legal guidelines and no protester will go to Parliament.
DELHI: SPECIAL CP (CRIME) SATISH GOLCHA & JOINT CP JASPAL SINGH VISIT JANTAR MANTAR WHERE FARMERS ARE SCHEDULED TO HOLD A PROTEST AGAINST THREE FARM LAWS TOMORROW
DELHI POLICE SAYS IT HAS NOT GIVEN WRITTEN PERMISSION TO THE FARMERS SO FAR, TO GATHER NEAR THE PARLIAMENT PIC.TWITTER.COM/Y92VDLQYOP— ANI (@ANI) JULY 21, 2021
A tractor parade in Delhi on January 26, that was to spotlight the calls for of farmer unions to repeal three agriculture legal guidelines, had dissolved into anarchy on the streets of the nationwide capital as 1000’s of protesters broke by boundaries, fought with the police, overturned autos and hoisted a non secular flag from the ramparts of the long-lasting Red Fort.
Thousands of farmers from throughout the nation have been agitating on the Delhi borders towards the three farm legal guidelines that they declare will dispose of the Minimum Support Price system, leaving them on the mercy of huge companies.
Over 10 rounds of talks with the federal government, which has been projecting the legal guidelines at main agricultural reforms, have failed to interrupt the impasse between the 2 events.