Uttar Pradesh Police has issued notices to around 220 tractor owners in various districts.
Leader opposition in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly and Ram Govind Chaudhury, a senior SP leader, stated that the notices to the farmers who created violence on Republic Day were designed to threaten the farmers and prevent them from joining the ongoing protest against the three Agricultural-Farm Laws.
Ram Govind Chaudhary also stated that the farmers have tractors, and they are going to the protest site by tractors and police have issued the notices to hinder the farmer’s movement.
But the Uttar Pradesh Police stated that the notices have nothing to the with the Republic Day violence by the Farmers against the Centre’sCentre’s new agricultural laws. The notices served to 220 owners of tractors in the Sikhandarpur police station area in Ballia.
The police further informed that in the notice, it is clearly mentioned that the tractors were used on the public work for commercial work and minors were also driving the tractors. Due to which there are cases of a road accident and even the tractors are also used for illegal mining work.
Rajeshwar Yadav, the Regional Transport Officer, stated that he was not aware of such notice whether the police can even issue such notice to the farmers with these reasons above mentioned.
On 26th January Republic Day farmers during the Tractor Rally violently protested against the Agricultural Farm Bill, demanding abolishing the three Farm Bills.
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