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Police version on Delhi Violence

News Desk
Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Violent protesters endangered lives, legal action to follow: Delhi Police
New Delhi, Jan 26: The Delhi Police on Tuesday said legal action would be taken against violent protesters who not only violated mutually agreed guidelines with the police but also went on a rampage and damaged property on Delhi streets amid the farmers' protests.
The lives of policemen who were on duty were also endangered.
The Delhi Police in a statement also said that the cops acted in the professional manner and in accordance with the guidelines agreed upon but the protesting farmers took out the tractor rally before the designated time which led to a law and order situation in the capital.
"Legal action according to law would be taken against those who damaged public property and injured the Delhi police personnel. Some even tried to run their tractors over the policemen," said Alok Kumar, Joint CP Delhi Police.
The Delhi Police has also appealed to the protesters to stop the violence and