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    BKU leader Rakesh Tikait hints towards surrendering after R-day violence

    The violence and mayhem that Delhi witnessed on India's 72nd Republic Day, has left everyone in shock. There is infighting among the farmers' union now and the blame is now being passed on to each other. Sardar VM Singh in a press briefing stated that it was Rakesh Tikait's faction that broke out of the designated routes. BKU leader Rakesh Tikait has now responded to the violence that took place in the capital and at Red Fort. He has given indications of surrendering before the administration. What we now await is a final announcement from his side clarifying his surrender. Rakesh Tikait gave a farewell speech to the union which hints more towards his withdrawal from the protest.

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    Security deployed at Ghazipur & Singhu Border; farmers asked to vacate protest site

    Security deployment has been made on two of the border points around Delhi, Singhu border and Ghazipur border. Earlier, there was a march also which was conducted by the Delhi police. Reinforcement has been sent at the Singhu border. Similarly, the Rapid Action Force has been deployed at the Ghazipur border. Last night the administration cut off the electricity supply at the borders. A notice was also put up on the tent where farmer leader Rakesh Tikait stayed. The farmers are asked to vacate the protest site. Police is taking a stern action on the protestors after the Red Fort violence.

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    Republic Day Violence: Injured Police narrate their ordeal | EXCLUSIVE

    The Ghazipur border has witnessed a lot of people protesting for the past two months and the Ghazipur police has been making sure all the protestors are protected and there's no harm to anyone. The Ghazipur police talks to Times now and describe their experience that led to the police officers getting multiple injuries. One of officers explains how he was stationed near the NH9 barricade when the farmers starting forcing their way through the barricades despite several warnings from the Police's side. The farmers reportedly were trying to deviate from the decided route and while doing so injured the police official's hand. Yet another officer was stationed near the Ghazipur border when he received an injury in his head.

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    FIR against protestors filed at Red Fort Police station over violence in Delhi

    In a drama pulled off between the Police and the farmers on republic day, FIR filed against rioters talks about the incidents where the hooligans snatched cane sticks, Body protectors, helmets, etc. from the police officers. As of now none of the names of the rioters have been known but as the investigation continues the Delhi Police is using facial recognition software to identify the people involved in the violence on republic day. The FIR also mentions the details of registration numbers of the vehicles that entered the Red Fort and on that basis the people accused will be identified. Famous Punjabi Singer Deep Siddhu’s name has also been mentioned in the FIR along with Lakkha.

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    Locals come out in streets to protest against farmers; demand of vacating the roads

    In the outskirts of Delhi, local people have come out on the streets and have started protesting against the farmers. Protesting in the streets the general public claims that “enough of these protests have taken place now, farmers have insulted the tricolor on Republic Day and its more than 2 months now that the farmers have been on streets and blocked all national highways due to which the locals have to face a lot of issues”. Locals at Shahjahanpur demand that the farmers vacate the places as their businesses have been affected too by the ongoing protests. Watch to know more!

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    Delhi locals counter-protest against insult of Tiranga | Ground Reports

    A counter protest against the agitating farmers is happening in and around the National Capital after the Indian –tri-colour flag was unfurled at the Red Fort. A group of people claiming to be locals gathered at Delhi's Singhu border demanding that the area be vacated. The farmers have been camping at the Singhu Border since November last year as part of their protest against the new farm bills passed by the Centre. The locals are protesting against the insult of Tiranga and demanding the Singhu Border to be cleared. Times Now’s reporters get you exclusive ground reports from Singhu Border and Delhi. Watch!

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    PM Modi reviews march past by NCC; presents awards to NCC cadets

    Prime Minster Narendra Modi reviewed the march past by the National Cadet Corps (NCC) at Cariappa Ground in Delhi at 12 pm today. The PM witnessed the march past and cultural performances at the event. The Prime Minister presented awards to the NCC cadets. At the event Indian Navy's rally was also exhibited. It showed various facets of the naval life like sailing, ship modeling, and design. After the naval tableau, Air tableau was also presented. Three air craft formations were made by the micro light air crafts. The air craft could fly up to 14,000 feet. Watch the video to see other NCC tableaus at the rally today!

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    Nikhil Bhalla claims to have worked in the Congress' legal cell and responds to BJP's allegations

    As the farmers' tractor rally violence enters into a deeper political debate, Times Now reporter speaks to Nikhil Bhalla regarding the entire issue who claims to be a part of Congress' legal cell and responds to all the allegations made against the Congress by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Bhalla reveals that he is a lawyer and he knows about the tweets and pictures which associate him with the Gandhis. He further says that he does not care about this as he is a follower of the Congress as well. Bhalla also clears that he was never at the Red Fort. Listen in!

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    Bharatiya Kisan Union chief Rakesh Tikait accuses Centre of attempting to scare away farmers

    The farmers' agitation sees a new twist each day as the stir continues in the national capital against the new farm laws. Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Rakesh Tikait has accused the central government and the police for trying to scare the protesting farmers. He further issued a threat stating that they will lay siege at police stations. Tikait has also held the Centre and Delhi police responsible for the violence that broke out on Republic Day during the farmers' tractor parade at Outer Ring Road of Delhi. Tikait has also been a part of the various rounds of talks between the farmers unions and the government representatives over the farm bills.

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    Home Minister Amit Shah visits injured policemen at Civil Lines Trauma Centre

    Home Minister Amit Shah is meeting the police personnel who got injured during the Republic Day violence. The Home Minister has visited two hospitals in the Civil lines area in the national capital. Over 100 policemen were injured in the violence that broke on Republic Day due to disobedience by farmers carrying out the tractor rally parade. Delhi Police Commissioner, S.N. Srivastava is also visiting the injured policemen along with the Home Minister. Attempts are being made to boost the morale of the cops as they showed maximum restrain to defuse the violence unleashed on January 26. Listen in to know more!