Tractors set fire to India Gate in protest against Farmers Bill; Police arrested 5 people living in Punjab

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Police have detained 5 people on Monday morning for setting fire to the tractor near India Gate under Delhi's High Security Zone.

New Delhi: Police have detained 5 people on Monday morning for setting fire to the tractor near India Gate under Delhi's High Security Zone. All of them are from Punjab. All the accused are being questioned. According to the information received, the names of the accused are being described as Manjot Singh, Ramandeep Singh Sindhu, Rahul, Sahib and Sumit. The video was also shown live on the Punjab Congress Youth page. After which it is feared that all the accused are Congress workers. According to the police, all the youth caught are calling themselves leaders of Punjab Youth Congress.

The police officer said that apart from these five people, an Innova car has also been seized. Let us tell you that between 7.15 and 7.30 in the morning, some 15 to 20 people gathered near India Gate to protest against the farmers bill. He brought an old tractor with him. With the Tata 407, he lowered the tractor and set it on fire. These people also raised slogans against the government in protest against the farmers law. The young man had brought a picture of Bhagat Singh with him. 

On Sunday too, farmers and political parties in many parts of the country demonstrated fiercely against the agricultural law. Let us know that President Ram Nath Kovind approved three agricultural bills on Sunday. According to the Gazette notification, the President approved three Bills. These bills are - 1) Farmer Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020, 2) Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Price Assurance Contracts and Agricultural Services Bill, 2020 and 3) Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020. Farmers The Product Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020 aims to allow the sale of agricultural produce outside the mandis regulated by the Agricultural Produce Marketing Committees (APMCs) constituted by various state legislatures. 

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