Delhi Police has given green signal for the tractor parade of farmers on Republic Day. Farmers will now take out parades from Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders. Farmers will parade tractors in Delhi for about 100 km from all three places. Special Commissioner of Intelligence Dipendra Pathak said that the authorities took the decision after a marathon of five-six meetings with the farmers.
Dipendra Pathak told that they are receiving intelligence about disturbances in the farmers’ parade. That is why a special vigilance team of police will be present during the parade.
The farmers will take out their parade on the given route after the Republic Day celebrations. Delhi Police has assured to complete this historic parade in a safe and peaceful manner.
Delhi Police has given a route to the farmers. They will take out a tractor parade on the route of 62 kilometers from the Tiki border. Meanwhile the route is of 62 km from the Singhu border and about 46 km from Ghazipur. According to the police, a 45 km of the tractor parade will also take place in Delhi.
Farmers will enter the Delhi from the Singhu border within 10 km. After this, they will reach Chandi border via Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar, Bawana, Kanjhawala, Qutubgarh. After that, they will enter Haryana and come back to Singhu border.
According to the police, the farmers will go to Nangloi from the Tiki border. Then from there via Baprola village will reach Najafgarh. After that, the tractor parade of farmers will reach the Jharouda border. From here, the farmers will reach Rohtak bypass (Bahadurgarh) with tractors. Then they will return to Tekari border via Asoda.
The tractor parade of farmers will cover a total distance of 46 km from Ghazipur border. Then they will go to the Apsara border. From here, the farmers will go to IMS College via Hapur Road. Farmers tractors from IMS will return to Ghazipur border via Lal Kuan.