The highly deplorable act of violence by the alleged goons in the garb of farmers at the Red Fort of Delhi has slowly started to demand punishment for those responsible for it. The Delhi police have detained more than 200 people in connection with the violence at the Red Fort on the most important day, 72nd Republic Day of the nation on Jan 26, 2021.
Condemning the event and reprehending those who were involved in the most shameful violent act against the country’s image on Jan 26, allegedly on the provocative speech by Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Abu Azmi, Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Maharashtra, Atul Bhatkhalkar, demanded a probe against Azmi. The BJP MLA wrote a letter to Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, on Wednesday, Jan 27, demanding a probe in the matter and action against Azmi.
Bhatkhalkar alleged that Abu Azmi delivered a provocative speech on Jan 25, which acted as a catalyst in aggravating the farmers to create a law and order situation at Red Fort in Delhi on the Republic Day. In his letter, he reprehended the provocative speech by the SP leader and demanded for a thorough probe to determine the role of Azmi in provoking violence at Red Fort on Jan 26.
घर घर से बाहर निकलो, कोहराम मचा दो, मोदी तेरी राख कर देंगे..अशी चिथावणीखोर भाषा वापरणाऱ्या अबू आजमीची आणि त्याच्या बोलवत्या धन्याची चौकशी करा अशी विनंती मी गृहमंत्री अमित शहा यांना पत्राद्वारे केली आहे. @AmitShah pic.twitter.com/WVvS12mxwb
— Atul Bhatkhalkar (@BhatkhalkarA) January 27, 2021
On Jan 26, thousands of miscreants in the garb of farmers changed their routes approved by the Delhi police for the tractor march by the farmers and who attacked the Red Fort and vandalized it. As per media reports, more than 300 police personnel got injured in the event while several vehicles got damaged allegedly by the protesting farmers.
Around 19 people were arrested and around 25 criminal cases have been registered by Delhi police in connection to the violent vandalism by protesting farmers at Red Fort. The Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) has called off it’s union’s 58-day protest at the Chilla border in Delhi. The protest was called off in the aftermath of the violent vandalism by protesting farmers at Red Fort on Jan 26.