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Swords, mowing tractors and guns: What the Delhi police personnel are facing from rampaging protestors

The violent protestors had entered Delhi by breaking barricades. Videos showing mobs attacking police personnel with swords have gone viral on social media.

The so-called farmers protesting on Delhi borders against the Agriculture laws had called for Tractor Rally on Republic Day. They got permission from the Delhi police on the condition that they will start after the R-Day parade and will follow a specific route. The protestors agreed but only to trick the police into believing that they will follow the rules.

Several police personnel have been injured so far.

Just before the parade started at Rajpath, the farmers began to break down the barricades at Delhi borders and entered the national capital from the routes that were not permitted by the Delhi Police. When police tried to stop them, they attacked police personnel with swords and batons.

More visuals of confrontations between Delhi Police and protestors started to get viral on social media. In some videos, protestors were seen trying to run over the police personnel with speeding tractors.

In another visual, protestors were seen assaulting a policewoman.

In a video shared by Times Now, a ‘protestor’ was seen waving an automatic rifle as the police tried to control the mob.

8 minutes into the video shared by Times Now, one of the protestors was seen running around with an assault rifle.

Khalistani terrorist (killed in 1993) on the right / So-called protestor waiving automatic rifle on Republic Day in Delhi during tractor rally

When protesters almost hit police with tractor at Nangloi area of Delhi, police had to use tear gas shells to push them back.

A group of protestors had reached Red Fort and unfurled various religious and farmer union flags in several places. The internet service in several areas of Delhi has been snapped to control the situation.

Reports suggest that Rapid Action Force has been called to put a stop to the ruckus.

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