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Protesting Farmers Vandalise Police Vehicles In Delhi; Face Clash With Police Officials-Video

On Republic Day Today Thousands Of Farmers Gathered In Delhi. Protestors Face Clash With Police After Vandalising The Vehicles And Breaking The Police Barricades

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The farmers protest has erupted a violent clash in Delhi. The violence continues at ITO in central Delhi today on the occasion of 72nd Republic Day, as hundreds of tractors participated in the protestors rally, which deliberately tried to run over the police vehicles and officials. Pictures and videos are going viral on the internet today, which displays the critical situation.

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Police officials were seen using tear gas shells to disperse the protesting farmers at ITO in central Delhi today. Following which the DTC buses were vandalised by the protesting farmers. Angry tractor drivers were also seen deliberately trying to run over the vehicle on police officials, who were maintaining the barricades. The chaos erupted today on the occasion of Republic Day, just before the annual Republic Day parade. A section from the protesting farmers also waved their flags from the ramparts at the red fort.

Here take a look at the videos from the protest:

For the unversed the farmer protest begun ever since the government announcement new Farm Bill. The farmers apparently have a tangible fears that the laws, which liberalise agricultural marketing by severely limiting the role that mandis play, would affect government procurement and prices of produce. There are also fears that the contract farming undertaken by big corporate buyers would skew bargaining power against farmers. The farmers have been protesting from November last year.

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