Delhi Police Arrest Two Key Conspirators Involved in Red Fort Rioting

On 26 January, Delhi witnessed hooliganism on the iconic Red Fort on the event of the nation’s 72nd Republic Day. During a Tractor Rally, protesting farmers and police clashed in totally different elements of town, leaving round 400 personnel injured.

Two males, together with one of many leaders of the farmer protests, have been arrested by the Delhi Police in reference to vandalism on the Red Fort on Republic Day, officers stated on Tuesday.

According to the police, the 2 accused have been recognized as Mohinder Singh, Chairman of United Kisan Front in Jammu and Kashmir, and Mandeep Singh. Both have been arrested in Jammu and Kashmir throughout an in a single day operation on 22-23 February.

So far, the Delhi Police have registered 44 instances and arrested 140 individuals together with actor Deep Sidhu and a few others concerned in the violence on Republic Day. 

On 26 January, the protesting farmers didn’t comply with the prearranged route set by Delhi Police and broke barricades to enter into the nationwide capital. The protesters clashed with police, and vandalised property in a number of elements of Delhi through the farmers’ tractor rally. They additionally entered the enduring Red Fort and unfurled their flags from its ramparts.

The farmers had organized a tractor rally on India’s Republic Day to reiterate their stance on Prime Minister Narendra Modi led authorities’s farm reforms.


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