Centre asks Delhi Police to issue lookout notices against 20 farmer leaders over Red Fort rampage
Home Ministry has asked Delhi Police to issue lookout notices against the farmer leaders who have been named in the numerous FIRs recorded over viciousness at the Red Fort on Republic Day.
The Home Ministry has additionally requested Delhi Police to ask the charged farmer pioneers to submit their passports.
The farmer leaders have been inquired as to why should action not be taken against them when they have conflicted with their concurrence with Delhi Police after talks with them for quite a long time.
Delhi Police has been approached to serve notification to more than 20 leaders, including Yogendra Yadav Baldev Singh Sirsa and Rajewal. They have been approached to reply within three days for the explanations for mocking principles and conflicting with the concurred course of the farm tractor rally.
The Delhi Police has named 37 rancher pioneers, including Rakesh Tikait, Yogendra Yadav and Medha Patkar, in an FIR that referenced charges of revolting, criminal scheme and endeavour to kill among others.
The activity against the farmer leaders came as Delhi Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava affirmed that few of them gave incendiary discourses and were associated with the savagery.
So far 25 FIRs have been recorded over the Republic Day frenzy.
As per the FIR enlisted at Samaypur Badli police headquarters against obscure people, the protestors ransacked the policemen's gun with 10 rounds of ammo alongside two tear gas firearms during the violence.