Delhi Police sending notice to farmers, farmers troubled in dilemma - do farming or visit police stations
National Desk: Delhi Police is now giving notice to more than a thousand farmers on the violence on the Red Fort. It also includes the elderly, women and the disabled. Delhi Police has also released photographs of 220 farmers. Delhi Police is now sending such notices to hundreds of farmers sitting on the Ghazipur border.
There are about a dozen sections in the notice, ranging from assault to epidemic act. Not only this, photographs of 220 farmers have also been identified and released. One of these photos is also of the farmer leader Jagtar Bajwa. While Jagtar Bajwa clarifies that he went to convince the farmers with the police. Jagatar Bajwa, farmer leader of Ghazipur Border said, "I had the police with me from the beginning, it took me by itself to convince the farmers and send you back from the Red Fort."
Among those who received the notice of Delhi Police, Indri Devi of Aligarh and 65-year-old farmer Resham Singh of Lakhimpur were also included. About 1600 farmers have been given notices. However, now a team of lawyers is preparing answers on behalf of all the farmers. But farmers are worried whether to do farming or to visit police stations.
Delhi advocate Shubham Kukreja said, "There are some non-bailable clauses, now we will file a bail petition for that". However, the Delhi Police says that notices or photos have been issued to farmers on the day. And based on facial recognition in CCTV.