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Tractor rally: Routes, traffic advisory, all you need to know about farmer parade on R-Day

Finally agreeing to a deal with Delhi Police, protesting farmers are all set to take out their tractor rally in Delhi against the farm laws on Republic Day.



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Finally agreeing to a deal with Delhi Police, protesting farmers are all set to take out their tractor rally in Delhi against the farm laws on Republic Day.

Bharatiya Kisan Union national media in-charge Dharmendra Malik told media that more than 24 lakh tractors will take part and the rally will start from Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders.

The first one will start from Delhi’s Singhu border and pass through Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar, Bawana, Qutabgarh, Auchandi border and Kharkhoda toll plaza, covering a distance of 63 kilometres.

Tractor rally from Singhu Border and pass through Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar, Bawana, Qutabgarh, Auchandi border, Kharkhoda toll plaza and KMP Expressway

The second tractor rally will start from Tikri border and travel a 63-km route through Nangloi, Najafgarh, Jharoda border and Rohtak bypass and Asoda toll plaza.

The third will cover a distance of about 46 km, starting from Ghazipur through the Apsara border, Hapur Road and Lal Kuan.

Many farm leaders have assured the government their tractor rally will be peaceful, it will not affect the Republic Day parade which will be around India Gate.

The second rally will start from Tikri border and pass through Nangloi, Najafgarh, Jharoda border and Rohtak bypass and Asoda toll plaza.

A day before the rally, the Haryana government issued an advisory in which it said people should avoid unnecessary travel towards Delhi between January 25 and 27. It said the tractor parade would disturb the traffic on the national highway from Karnal and Rohtak towards Delhi.

The rally will also impact traffic on KMP-KGP Expressway and interchanges at Kundli, Assaudha and Badli will remain closed, the advisory said.

The third will start from Ghazipur and pass through the Apsara border, Hapur Road and KGT Expressway.

Rules to be followed in the tractor rally

No trolleys will be allowed. Trolleys with special tableaux maybe exempt. Every tractor or cart should have the national flag and the flag of the farmers’ organizations.

Any political parties’ flag will not allowed. Those people who will be the part of the tractor rally are not allowed to carry any weapon. Provocative slogans and banners are also not allowed in the tractor parade.

Central Government has suggested Delhi Police be on high alert for the next couple of days to tackle any kind of unwanted events.

Also Read: Protesting farmers plan to march to Parliament on foot on February 1, Budget Day

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Supreme Court issues notice to CBI, ED on Manish Sisodia bail plea



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The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued notice to the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Enforcement Directorate in connection with the bail pleas moved by former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.

The Supreme Court’s decided to issue notice to the two agencies after arguments on Sisodia’s petitions for bail in two cases relating to alleged irregularities in the now-scrapped Delhi liquor policy. The court granted two weeks to the agencies to file their views.

“Views of agencies have to be heard before any decision is taken,” said Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, pointing at the seriousness of the charges slapped on Sisodia. The former Delhi Deputy CM has been under judicial remand since February 2023 over corruption and money laundering charges.

According to Sisodia’s counsel, the charges against him are politically motivated and lack enough evidence. The counsel had sought bail on medical grounds, to which the CBI or ED objected, saying his release might hamper the ongoing investigation into the case by influencing the witnesses or tampering with evidence.

According to the CBI and ED, Sisodia’s involvement in the liquor policy scheme was responsible for substantial state revenue loss and worked in favor of private liquor vendors.

Manish Sisodia, known for his transformational work in the field of education under the Delhi government, is not the only Aam Aadmi Party leader in jail. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Satyendar Jain are also behind bars. While Kejriwal is jailed in connection with the liquor policy case, Jain is in prison for corruption charges.

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PayTm share price slips 2 per cent over SEBI warning




The share price of PayTm fell by nearly 2 per cent on Tuesday following a warning from the the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

PayTm’s parent One 97 Communication had got SEBI’s administrative warning letter on some transactions involving the PayTm Payments Bank during fiscal year 2021-2022. The bourses reacted strongly leading to PayTm shares falling by 1.88% to Rs 460.80 per share on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

SEBI said it had noted the violation with concern and said these matters are being viewed very seriously. The regulator warned the company to exercise caution going forward and improve compliance to rules to prevent similar incidents in the future.

The markets regulator added that failure to comply with rules may force it to invoke enforcement actions as per the law.

In its response to SEBI, PayTm said in a media release that it has always followed listing regulations, as well as any change to these rules over time. The company said it would keep up its commitment to maintain and follow high standards of compliance. Paytm said it intends to provide an adequate response to SEBI on this matter.

PayTm said it has always followed Regulation 23 along with Regulation 4(1)(h) of the SEBI Listing Regulations, without including any change made to these rules over time. Paytm added that the letter from  SEBI has no influence on its finances, operations or other activities in any way.

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VIP Party Chief Mukesh Sahani’s father found murdered in Bihar



In a shocking incident that has shaken Bihar’s Darbhanga district, Jitan Sahani, the father of Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) leader Mukesh Sahani, was discovered brutally murdered at their ancestral home. His gravely damaged body was found on his bed this morning, prompting immediate police action.

Authorities, led by senior officer Jagannath Reddy, have launched a Special Investigation Team to probe the heinous crime. Initial assessments suggest the possibility of a robbery gone awry or personal enmity leading to the tragic demise of the former Bihar minister.

The incident has sent shockwaves through the community, with local residents expressing deep concern over the safety situation. The VIP party, known for its significant support among the OBC community and currently aligned with the RJD and Congress in the Opposition bloc, has been thrust into mourning.

Opposition parties, particularly the RJD, have vehemently criticized the state government under Nitish Kumar for failing to maintain law and order. RJD spokesperson Shakti Yadav condemned the incident, questioning the government’s ability to protect its citizens.

In response, Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Choudhary assured swift and strict action against the perpetrators. “The government stands firmly with Mukesh Sahani ji’s family during this tragic time,” he stated.

Meanwhile, Union Minister Chirag Paswan of LJP offered condolences and pledged to expedite the identification and arrest of the culprits. “Justice will be served,” he affirmed.

As investigations unfold, the people of Darbhanga await answers and justice for the senseless murder that has gripped their community.

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