A maximum of 1000 farmers can protest at Jantar Mantar: Delhi Police
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A maximum of 1000 farmers can protest at Jantar Mantar: Delhi Police

New Delhi: Kisan Mukti March which is scheduled to hold a protest march on November 30, in Delhi from Ramleela Maidan to Parliament Street is facing the prohibition order of National Green Tribunal (NGT) which allowed a maximum of 1000 people to organise protest march at Jantar Mantar area.

As per reports, Delhi Police will stop the agitating farmers at Ramlila Maidan.

All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) leaders are in consultation with Delhi Police and they are waiting for a green signal as the number of protesting farmers participating in the Kisan Mukti March are estimated by the organisers beyond 50,0000.

Kisan Mukti March: Women Farmer resting at Nayak Pura, Bijwasan, New Delhi (10:30 pm)

NGT had banned protests at Jantar Mantar after complaints by the residents

According to the order, protest at Jantar Mantar shall be organised between 10 am to 5 pm. Earlier, Jantar Mantar had become a hub to many groups protesting for various causes, the guidelines prohibit pitching tents or temporary structures at Jantar Mantar “even for a temporary period”.

Nayak Pura, Bijwasan, New Delhi

“Multiples protests in a day may be allowed subject to availability of suitable timings and appropriate time gap but the limit of total 1,000 persons shall be adhered to,” the order said.

The order further states that any organiser bringing in protesters exceeding 1,000, despite submitting an undertaking, will be considered as a “deliberate attempt to violate the orders of the Supreme Court”.

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