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Tractor Rally Violence: Farmers Damage Red Fort

Union Culture and Tourism Minister Prahlad Patel on Wednesday visited the Red Fort to take stock of the damage caused by a section of farmers.

January 27, 2021

Vandalised security equipment inside the Red Fort after it was stormed by protesting farmers in New Delhi.

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Farmers damaged police vehicle parked outside the Red Fort.

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Photographers taking pictures of vandalised ticket counter.

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Broken shards of glass on the premises of the Red Fort.

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The farmers vandalised metal detector gate at the entrance.

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Police removed protesting farmers from Red Fort premises on Tuesday where they had barged in after deviating from their planned route for the tractor parade and hoisted flags at the iconic monument in the national capital.

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Angry framers vandalised air conditioner.

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They also vandalised lights seen at the historic Red Fort monument.

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Vandalised security room is seen at the historic Red Fort monument the day after it was stormed by protesting farmers in New Delhi.

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