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After Rafale’s flypast, Republic Day celebrations at Rajpath are over. Now the President’s bodyguards are back after the salute once again special cavalry guards will take the President back to Rashtrapati Bhavan. After this, the Vice-President, Prime Minister, Defense Minister will go one by one on the basis of protocol.

Rafale fighter aircraft is being led by Eklavya Formation. There are two Jaguars, two MiG-29 fighter aircraft with Rafale. The captain of the formation is Group Captain Rohit Kataria, Flight Lieutenant 17 Squadron. Let me tell you that Rafale fighter plane is showing its tricks in vertical Charlie form this time.

India is celebrating its 72nd Republic Day today. The Republic Day parade began with President Ram Nath Kovind hoisting the tricolour at Rajpath. The tableau of the states, fly past after showing a glimpse of self-reliant India. Rafale aircraft roared in the sky in it. This time the parade ended with the flight of Rafale fighter jet in the Republic Day Pageant.

Farmers’ organizations opposing the agricultural laws passed by the Center on the Delhi border have decided to take out the tractor parade today. In such a situation, thousands of armed security personnel have been deployed on several borders of Rajpath and the national capital in view of the Republic Day celebrations and the proposed tractor parade of farmers. Multilevel security arrangements are already in place in Delhi.


Some groups of farmers protesting at the Singh, Tikri and Ghazipur borders adjoining the national capital Delhi broke into police barriers and entered Delhi on Tuesday. Farmers have been protesting against the three new agricultural laws of the Center for several days. According to officials, the security personnel also tried to convince the farmers and said that after the end of the Republic Day parade at Rajpath, they have been allowed to do a tractor parade in Delhi. The official said, “But some groups of farmers did not agree and broke the blockade of police and started moving towards Outer Ring Road.”

A member of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, the main organization of 41 farmers’ unions opposing the three new agricultural laws of the Center, said that the people who broke the block were members of the ‘Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee’.

Extensive security arrangements in view of ‘Kisan Republic Parade’, he said that the tractor parade of farmers will start at the scheduled time after the permission of the police. The protesting organizations have also announced to march on foot till the Parliament on February 1, the day the annual budget will be presented in the Parliament. In Delhi, extensive security arrangements have been made in view of the proposed ‘Kisan Republic Parade’ at the Singh, Tikri and Ghazipur border.

Farmers entered Delhi after going off the road The farmers who took out the tractor march have now entered Delhi. The peasants’ labour struggle committee broke the barricade in violation of the fixed route and are now moving towards the Red Fort via Outer Ring Road. However, the rest of the organizations are going through the prescribed route. Farmers who claim a peaceful demonstration are creating a ruckus. He also started his performance ahead of schedule.

Farmers insistent ongoing on the ring road Satnam Singh Pannu, chairman of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Samiti from the Singhu border said, ‘We will go in a peaceful way and will come back. We have to go to the ring road but the police are stopping. People are coming after that we will consider it. A time of 30-45 minutes has been given till then we will sit here and decide.

Rally reached Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar The tractor rally of farmers from the Singhu border has reached Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar in Delhi. The rally will go towards DTU-Shahbad-SB Dairy-Darwala-Bawana T-Point- Kanjhawla Chowk-Kharkhauda Toll Plaza. Farmer’s police barricading marches have also proceeded on Ghazipur.

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