Have Delhi Police’s permission for tractor parade: Farmer Groups’ Leaders

The farmer’s agitation over the Centre’s three farm laws has turned into what is being called the world’s largest-ever protest.

The farmer groups’ leaders said they would now be going ahead with their tractor parade in Delhi on Republic Day which will happen on the Outer Ring Road in Delhi. Farmer leader Abhimanyu Kohar claimed that the Delhi Police had given permission for the tractor parade after the union leaders met the police on Saturday.


Slogans of ‘Kisan Ekta Zindabad’, ‘No Farmer, No Food’ and ‘Kaale Kanoon Radd Karo’, have become a common practice now and protestors in tractors could be seen carrying union flags and even the India’s tricolour flag.

Several groups of farmers from different areas of Punjab and Haryana have already set out in their tractor-trolleys and other agricultural and non-agricultural vehicles to participate in the tractor parade on January 26.