In photos, watch police use teargas on farmers as they try to break barricades

Farmers to hold tractor rally in the capital

In photos, watch police use teargas on farmers as they try to break barricades

Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, January 26

Teargas shells used near Delhi's Akshardham temple to maintain peace as farmers barge in with their tractors. Farmers, however, were not lathi-charged as they try to break cemented barriers with tractors at Delhi's Mukarba Chowk. A youth participant in the tractor parade was seen getting on to the crane deployed by the Delhi Police to stop the traffic inflow towards Delhi. He used the crane to yank concrete barriers as well as the metal ones to make way for the tractors.

Below are the pictures:

Farmers attempt to break a barricade at Ghazipur border as they participate in Kisan Gantantra Parade in protest against Centres farm reform laws in New Delhi.  PTI

Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan  
Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan  
Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan  
Tribune photo: Manas Ranjan  

Farmers break the police barricades at the Ghazipur border as move towards Akshardham during their tractor rally on Republic Day in New Delhi. PTI
Farmers hoist the National Flag at Ghazipur border during the Republic Day celebration, ahead of their tractor rally in New Delhi. PTI

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