Delhi Police said on Sunday that more than 300 Twitter handles were being watched in Pakistan, created by farmers to disrupt and hijack the tractor rally by farmers protesting the central government’s new agricultural laws on Republic Day.
Deependra Pathak, the Police Special Commissioner (Intelligence), detailing the plan for the tractor parade, Tuesday’s rally After the end of the Republic Day celebrations, it will be held in a tight security environment.
“More than 300 Twitter handles were created from Pakistan between 13-18 January to disrupt the tractor rally by the farmers by simply misleading people. Likewise, there are also entries from different institutions. This will be a difficult task for us, but the rally Republic Day parade It will be executed in a tight security environment after it is finished. “
When asked to provide details, he said, “There is a perception of a threat that Pakistani-based terrorist groups can create some trouble. Naughty elements can create a situation of law and order. Pakistan-based hashtags associated with 308 Twitter handles are suppressing the farmers’ protest and the tractor rally.”
Since November last year, farmers, mostly from Punjab and Haryana, protesting the center’s three new agricultural laws Singhu demanded the repeal of laws at several Delhi border points, including Tikri and Ghazipur.
While the police tried to persuade the farmers’ leaders to organize their tractors outside the national capital, they were determined to hold the proposed rally on Delhi’s bustling Outer Ring Road.
Had before three rounds of meetings It took place during the fourth round of talks about the tractor crossing between the unions and police officers from Delhi, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh, but on Friday, when both sides reached an agreement.