Thousands of farmers knocked down police barricades as they entered Delhi this morning.
As the farmers protesting against the new agricultural laws entered Delhi ahead of the huge tractor rally, police barricades were knocked down near the outskirts of the national capital. More than 5,000 protesters near the Singhu border, which divides Haryana and Delhi, broke police barricades, adamant to march ahead. Singhu border is the epicentre of the agitation that began late November.
Farmers on their tractors move towards Delhi after breaking the police barricades at Singhu border during their rally on Republic Day, in New Delhi.
Farmers ride on a tractor during a rally as they continue to demonstrate against the central government’s recent agricultural reforms in New Delhi.
Farmers on their tractors move towards Delhi during their rally on Republic Day, at Singhu border in New Delhi.
A farmer holding a flag walks towards Delhi after he and others broke the police barricade at Singhu Border during the tractor rally on Republic Day.