In the letter, New Delhi DCP asked the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to remain arranged to close down twelve metro stations, if the need emerges, inside a short notification. The DCP has said that given the conditions of lawfulness and to control the group, the metro staff ought to be prepared.

A day in front of the three-hour-long ‘chakka jam’ on February 6 by ranchers, as they proceed with their unsettling against Center’s homestead laws at different lines of the public capital, the Delhi Police on Thursday composed a letter to the DMRC. The Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) pioneer Rakesh Tikait has said that the ‘chakka jam’ won’t occur in Delhi, UP and Uttarakhand.

In the letter, New Delhi DCP asked the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to remain arranged to close down twelve metro stations, if the need emerges, inside a short notification. The DCP has said that given the conditions of lawfulness and to control the group, the metro staff ought to be prepared.

The 12 metro stations are- – Rajiv Chowk, Patel Chowk, Central Secretariat, Udyog Bhawan, Lok Kalyan Marg, Janpath, Mandi House, RK Ashram, Supreme Court, Khan Market and Shivaji Stadium (Airport Express Line). All these metro stations fall inside the New Delhi region. The Delhi Police is taking all measures in front of the ‘chakka jam’.

Prior, addressing correspondents at the Ghazipur line fight site, Tikait said that the ranchers would give food and water to individuals who will be adhered due to ‘chakka jam’. “There will be a three-hour-long ‘chakka jam’ on February 6. It will not happen in Delhi yet wherever outside Delhi. Individuals that will be stuck in it will be given food and water. We will mention to them how is the Govt doing us,” Tikait said.

When requested to remark on nails fixed close to blockades at the Ghazipur line (Delhi-Uttar Pradesh line), Tikait said, “We were developing yields there and they (government) fixed nails.”

Reacting to remarks by the worldwide superstars on ranchers’ fights in India, he said that there is no damage in “Hollywood craftsmen supporting ranchers’ development.” “There is no mischief in Hollywood specialists supporting ranchers’ development, I don’t have any acquaintance with them actually, yet they are supporting with no assumption,” he said.

The Ministry of External Affairs had likewise said that the public authority has passed the laws “after a full discussion and conversation” and has “started a progression of talks” to address the ranchers’ issues.

The MEA likewise denounced famous people, who have caused to notice the ranchers’ dissent via web-based media. The MEA’s reaction came after American pop star Rihanna stretched out help to the ranchers’ dissent.

“For what reason aren’t we discussing this?!”, Rihanna tweeted on Tuesday, alongside the hashtag ‘#FarmersProtest’. Not long after Rihanna’s tweet, a few other conspicuous worldwide superstars and activists including Jay Sean, Amanda Cerny, Lilly Singh, and Greta Thunberg turned out on the side of the ranchers.

Ranchers have been fighting at various lines of the public capital since November 26 a year ago against the three recently authorized homestead laws: Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; the Farmers Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and ranch Services Act 2020 and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.

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