The Punjab CM said the violence during the protest rally will 'negate goodwill' generated by peacefully protesting farmers and asked them to return to the borders.
Tractor rally breaks through police barricades on its way to Red Fort, with farmers vandalising vehicles. Delhi Police lobs tear gas shells and resorts to lathi-charge to control the crowd.
The police also claimed the force did all due diligence in following the conditions, but protesters began their march ahead of the scheduled time and caused damage to public property.
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Without directly mentioning the farmers' protest, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said the Constitution talks about rights, but these rights don't give the freedom to do everything.
This comes after the Ministry ordered the suspension of internet services at Delhi's border points due to the tense security situation in the national capital.
Chaotic scenes were witnessed at ITO, where hundreds of protesters could be seen chasing police personnel with sticks and ramming their tractors into the buses parked by police.
Farmer leaders have said that those who indulged in violence today were not part of the movement and were external elements, said AAP in a statement.
The union thanked farmers for their unprecedented participation, but said it regretted the 'undesirable and unacceptable' events that turned the tractor rally violent.
Temporary suspension of internet services was ordered in Singhu, Ghazipur, Tikri, Mukarba Chowk and Nangloi and their adjoining areas, according to the telecom department.