Police use force to stop protesters in Nangloi
Police use force to stop protesters in Nangloi

Framers on Tuesday defied restrictions to begin their Republic Day march towards Delhi. The barricades put up by police were broken by tractors participating in the march.

On Sunday, the Delhi Police had said that the farmers’ proposed tractor rally would start after the end of Republic Day celebrations.

Barricades and other security arrangements will be removed and the farmers will enter the national capital. Later, they will return to their destinations after covering a "respectable" distance, police had said.

The Delhi Police has also spoken to their counterparts in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh regarding the arrangements.

Police had said that the tractor rally will be held on January 26 and there will be no disturbance of the Republic Day celebration and security arrangements. The routes will cover over 100 kilometres of distance in the national capital.

The Republic Day parade will start from Vijay Chowk. The wreath laying function at the National War Memorial will take place at 9 am.

Republic Day tractor rally: Chilla border

Ghazipur border

Singhu border

Tractor rally from Singhu border

Farmers on Tuesday began their tractor rally from Singhu border towards Delhi as part of the ongoing protest against the new agriculture laws on the occasion of Republic Day today.

They are heading towards Kanjhawala Chowk-Auchandi border-KMP-GT road junction.

A temporary wall has been erected to seal the Karnal bypass to stop the entry of vehicles into the national capital.

Meanwhile, farmers' tractors with tricolour are set to take out rally in protest against the Centre's farm laws from the Chilla border on Delhi-Noida Link road.

Protesting farmers break police barricading at Delhi-Haryana Tikri border

Tractor rally from Singhu border reaches Delhi's Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar

Farmers' Republic Day tractor rally from Tikri border enters Delhi

Police use tear gas shells on farmers at Ghaqzipur border

Locals shower flower petals at farmers

Police use tear gas to disperse farmers at Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar

Follow the pre-decided route: Delhi Police to farmers

We've to move towards Ring Road but police is stopping us. We've given them 45 mins to speak to their seniors. We're carrying out a peaceful parade. The route they are asking us to follow wasn't agreed upon: Satnam Singh Pannu, Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee at Singhu Border

They have cooperated with us and we are cooperating with them. It is our request that they continue to follow the route they are currently on: SS Yadav, Joint Commissioner of Police at Singhu Border

Protesting farmers reach ITO, break police barricades placed opposite Delhi Police headquarters

Protesters break barricade, attack police personnel and vandalise police vehicle at ITO in central DelhiProtesting farmers reach ITO, break barricades opposite Delhi Police headquarters

Protesters break barricade, attack police personnel and vandalise police vehicle at ITO in central Delhi

Several metro stations shut down

Entry/exit gates of Samaypur Badli, Rohini Sector 18/19, Haiderpur Badli Mor, Jahangir Puri, Adarsh Nagar, Azadpur, Model Town, GTB Nagar, Vishwavidyalaya, Vidhan Sabha and Civil Lines are closed: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation

Entry/exit gates of Indraprastha metro station and all stations on the Green Line are closed: DMRC

Entry/exit gates of ITO metro station are closed: DMRC

Protestor hoists a flag from ramparts of Red Fort in Delhi

People from political parties trying to malign agitation: Rakesh Tikait

We know the people who are trying to create disturbance, they are identified. There are people from political parties who are trying to malign the agitation: Rakesh Tikait, BKU

Internet services temporarily suspended in Singhu, Ghazipur, Tikri, Mukarba Chowk, Nangloi till 11 pm today

Amit Shah takes stock of law and order situation in Delhi

I urge all genuine farmers to vacate Delhi & return to borders: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh 

Normal service has resumed on grey line: DMRC

Regrettable that Centre allowed situation to deteriorate to such an extent: AAP

High-alert ordered in Punjab, Haryana

83 Police personnel injured after being attacked by agitating farmers: Delhi Police

Four vandalism cases registered in East Delhi during the farmers' tractor rally today

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