Pakistan: 300 Pak Twitter Handles Created To Disrupt Farmers’ Rally, Claim Police. The Delhi Police also said that terrorist groups based in Pakistan were looking to create trouble and disrupt the rally of tractor farmers.
More than 300 Twitter handles were tracing to Pakistan. Also which are forming to disrupt and hijack the Republic Day tractor rally by farmers. They were protesting for the new agricultural laws of the central government, the Delhi Police reported on Sunday.
Deependra Pathak, Special Commissioner for Police (Intelligence), outlining the schedule for the tractor parade, said the rally on Tuesday will take place in the midst of tight security after the Republic Day celebrations conclude.
“Over 300 Twitter handles came from Pakistan during January 13 to 18. It was to disrupt the tractor rally by farmers only by misleading people. There are inputs about the same from different agencies too. It will be a challenging task for us. Also the rally will be conducted amid tight security after the Republic Day parade is over,” Mr. Pathak said at a news conference.
“There is a threat perception that Pakistan-based terrorist groups can create some trouble. Mischievous elements can create a law-and-order situation. The 308 Twitter handles originating from Pakistan are pushing hashtags. They are linking to the farmers’ protest and the tractor rally.”There is a danger that some trouble can be created by Pakistan-based terrorist groups. Mischievous elements can create a situation of law and order. The 308 Twitter handles from Pakistan pushed hashtags. They are lining to the protest of the farmers and the rally of the tractor.
Farmers, mainly from Punjab and Haryana, have been protesting the center’s three new agricultural laws at several Delhi border points since November last year, including Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur, demanding the repeal of the legislation.
Although the police were trying to persuade farmers to stage their tractor parade outside the national capital, they were unwilling to hold the planned rally on the busy Outer Ring Road in Delhi.
Three rounds of meetings between unions and police officers from Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh have been held previously, but it was during the fourth round of talks over the tractor parade on Friday that an understanding was reached between the two sides.