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The case of violent disturbance in Delhi reached Supreme Court, petition seeking the formation of a commission of inquiry

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The violence in Delhi on 26 January 2021 in the name of the peasant movement is being condemned all around. Now a petition has been filed in the Supreme Court on 27 January against this violence. In which there has been a demand to set up an inquiry-commission to investigate the violence during the tractor parade of farmers. Apart from this, an appeal has also been made to take strict action against those who insulted the national flag during the turmoil.

As per the latest media reports, on the 72nd Republic Day, there has also been a request to instruct the concerned authorities to file an FIR under the relevant sections against the people and organizations responsible for insulting the national flag. However, according to a leading portal report, 22 FIRs have been registered against the violence during the tractor rally so far.

The petitioner advocate Vishal Tiwari has requested to constitute a three-member inquiry commission headed by retired judges. He said in the petition that all the evidence related to this case should be collected and recorded and submitted in full report of the investigation in a time-bound manner.

It goes on to say that on January 26, farmers agitating against the three new agricultural laws brought by the central government organized tractor parade. Due to which thousands of protesters participated. But this protest turned into a nuisance soon. The miscreants broke into vehicles and put a religious flag on the Red Fort. During the clash with the miscreants, there have been reports of more than 300 policemen injured.

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