New Delhi: A group staged a violent demonstration during a parade on Rajpath on Republic Day. While this incident was fresh, there were strong demonstrations on the Indus border again today. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Meanwhile, the storm hurled stones and batons. Police used tear gas and force to disperse the angry crowd.
Locals have staged violent protests. Pradip Paliwal, SHO of Delhi’s Alipore police station, was injured in a farmers’ protest on the Indus border. The protesters attacked him with swords. Locals are now protesting against the ongoing farmers’ agitation on the Indus border.
Locals have demanded that farmers step aside from the Indus border. The demand for resumption of the Indus border is pressing. Local protesters are chanting ‘Khalistan Murdabad’ and ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’.
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Tensions have risen once again on the Indus border. Locals have now taken to the streets to protest the ongoing agitation on the Indus border. More police have been deployed to bring the situation under control. The agitation of farmers and locals has created great tension.
Farmers have been protesting on the Indus border for more than 65 days. The agitation was against the changed policies of the Agriculture Act. During the Republic Day parade on Rajpath, a group of farmers had staged a violent protest. Since then, the tension has risen again.