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Farmers going from Karnataka to Delhi to protest, caught by police in Bhopal – India TV Hindi

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Farmer in custody in Bhopal.

Farmers from different parts of the country are once again trying to protest in Delhi. Tight security arrangements are being made in view of this demonstration in various states including Delhi and Haryana. Barricades and nails are being installed on the roads at various places. In such a situation, big news has also come from Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, where more than 50 farmers coming to Delhi from Karnataka have been detained. After being detained, the farmers climbed on the roof of the building and started protesting.

What is the whole matter?

According to the information, farmers going from Karnataka to Delhi have been dropped at Bhopal railway station. According to police sources, these farmers were sitting in the train saying they were going to Ayodhya. These farmers have been kept in Manbha Marriage Hall of Chand Garh area near the railway station. However, the police is reluctant to tell under which sections they were arrested. After being detained, the farmers have started protesting on the roof of the building.

66 farmers had left from Hubli

According to information received from Hubli, 66 farmers from Hubli in Karnataka were going to Lilli to take part in the protest. After participating in the protest in Delhi, his plan was to return to Bengaluru after visiting Varanasi and Ayodhya. Accordingly, money was taken from every farmer and his train tickets were booked for all these places.

Siddaramaiah protested

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah has condemned this action of Bhopal Police while posting on X. Along with this, he has demanded the immediate release of the farmers so that they can participate in the Delhi demonstration. In the diary which the police has received from the farmers, Delhi-Varanasi, Ayodhya visit is written at the top.

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