Farmers' Movement: Delhi police statement on arrest of Rakesh Tikait

New Delhi: Delhi Police on Saturday termed reports of the arrest of Bharatiya Kisan Sangh leader Rakesh Tikait as fake. Police said action will be taken against those spreading such fake news. In addition, the union has also reported that Tikait has not been arrested. Farmers are protesting in Delhi on Saturday to mark the completion of seven months of the agitation against agricultural law.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Priyanka Kashyap tweeted, 'Fake news! The news related to Rakesh Tikait's arrest is false. Please stay away from such fake news/tweets. Action will be taken against those spreading such false news/tweets.' Media in-charge Dharmendra Malik also said that Tikait has not been arrested. Malik said, "The police did not arrest Tikait. He is still at the venue of the agitation in Ghazipur, where protests against agricultural laws are going on. There is no conflict situation at the protest site".

Delhi Police on Saturday beefed up security at the country's capital's borders in view of the possibility of a protest march by farmers opposing the Centre's three agricultural laws. Farmers' representatives will submit memorandums to governors of various states on June 26. The Raj Niwas of Delhi is present in the Civil Lines area.

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