Union Cabinet meeting led by PM Modi to discuss Delhi violence today

Jan 27 2021 10:21 AM
Union Cabinet meeting led by PM Modi to discuss Delhi violence today

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet is going to hold an important meeting under PM Modi today following the violence during the Kisan Tractor Parade in the country's capital city on Tuesday. The Union Cabinet will meet at 10.30 am. Most importantly, the law and order of Delhi are likely to be discussed in today's meeting. Earlier on Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had convened a high-level meeting. Delhi was then handed over to the paramilitary forces.

It may be noted that the parliament session begins on January 29, the farmers have also announced the siege of Parliament, so now the routes that connect the India Gate Parliament House have been blocked. Following the violence yesterday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah convened an emergency meeting at his residence to take stock of Delhi's security arrangements and instructed them to deploy additional security forces.

The farmers' agitation against the agricultural laws has entered the 63rd day today. Farmers are stuck on the outskirts of Delhi, but they have no leadership now. Farmers rocked Delhi on Tuesday during a led tractor parade. The most shameful thing was that the rioting farmers mounted the Red Fort and put the flag of a special organization. In addition, violence between farmers and police also took place in several areas including ITO, Mukarba Chowk, Nangloi.

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