The Delhi Police and farmers unions have finally come to a consensus over the conditions for the farmers' tractor rally on Republic Day.

Both sides agreed on 36 points regarding the route, the number of people allowed and other law and order issues on Monday.

After the agreement, the Delhi Police has formally issued a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for the January 26 farmers' tractor rally. According to the NOC, if the protesters flout even one of the 36 conditions, the Delhi Police's nod for the event will stand suspended.

As per the final terms, permission has been given to 5,000 tractors and 5,000 people to take out a farmers' rally in the national capital on the occasion of Republic Day.

On Sunday, the Delhi Police had said that the farmers’ proposed tractor rally would start after the end of Republic Day celebrations. The timings for the rally will be from 12 pm to 5 pm.

The police have also told farmers' unions to depute 2,500 volunteers along the route of the tractor rally to ensure law and order is maintained.

Other conditions including leaving one lane on the route for ambulances and emergency vehicles, ensuring no consumption of alcohol or prohibited substances, no stunts with the tractors as well as no weapons etc.


1. The organizers shall take the valid permissions for plying tractors/NOC from the concerned land-owning authorities regarding holding of tractor rally.

2. The organizers shall take necessary permissions from BSES, NDPL, Delhi Fire Service, and other agencies.

3. This permission is limited to holding of tractor rally on the permitted routes only and should not be construed as permission for holding any dharna, demonstration or sit-in protest en-route the rally.

4. The organizers shall carry all the permissions granted in original and show them to any police officer on duty on demand.

5. Dr Darshan Pal (9417269294), Sh Rajinder Singh (8427992567), and Sh. Balbir Singh Rajewal, Buta Singh Burjgil (9876094427), Joginder Singh Ugraha (9417557433) shall be available during the proposed rally for liaison and coordination.

6. The organizers shall make adequate arrangements for drinking water, first aid/medical aid and fire-fighting equipment in consultation with the civic/local bodies on the proposed route of the rally.

7. The organizers shall keep the limit of the gathering of participants in a rally to 5,000 persons along with 5,000 tractors.

8. The organizers shall ensure deployment of 2500 volunteers on the above-prescribed routes. The list of such volunteers with the contact details shall be provided to the Police in advance. The volunteers shall be identifiable with a distinctive outfit/identification mark.

9. The rally shall be held within the prescribed time period i.e. from 1200 hours to 1700 hours only on 26-01-2021.

10. The organizers shall ensure that there should be no obstruction to the other road users. The rally movement shall be from the starting point to the terminal point without any addition of tractors or other vehicles on the route. No replacement of break down tractors shall be allowed during the rally.

11. The organizers shall ensure that the entire stretch of the road shall not be blocked.

12. The organizers shall ensure that the 2/3 of the carriageway is kept free for normal traffic movement.

13. The organizers shall ensure that no vehicles are allowed to be parked/stopped on the route of the rally.

14. The organizers shall ensure that the Traffic Marshals are deployed on all stretches and important intersections along the route to regulate traffic and assist the Police.

15. The organizers shall ensure that the emergency vehicles such as fire brigade, ambulances, Police vehicles and movement of essential
goods and services are given a free passage on priority.

16. The organizers shall ensure that the all necessary information and mandatory boards shall be installed at appropriate places for the guidance of the general public and various road users regarding traffic circulation etc.

17. The organizers shall make proper liaison with the concerned district officers (SDPO & TIS) and inform them well in advance before starting the rally. The organizers shall abide by the directions of the police officers to maintain the rally pace so that the time duration is adhered to.

18. The organizers shall ensure that there is no violation of any traffic or other laws and rules during the rally.

19. The organizers shall ensure that the tractors carry RC, permit, licence and all other documents prescribed in the MV Act, 1998 and CMVR, 1989 at all-time during the rally.

20. The organizers shall ensure that the rally shall proceed in an orderly manner on the permitted route and would keep to the left and not halt on the way or cause impediment to the flow of normal traffic.

21. The organizers shall follow the guidelines issued by DDMA and GNCT for Covid-19 pandemic.

22. The organizers shall not use metal rods for flags/banners and wooden sticks not more than 2 meters in length may be used for the purpose. The dimensions of flags shall be 9 ft x 6 ft or smaller.

23. No objectionable flag/banner/poster of any kind be displayed/posted/carried by any of the constituents of the rally.

24. The organizers shall ensure that no participant shall act in any manner prejudicial to the security of the state and shall not cause any damage to public property or obstruct or assault any government servant on duty.

25. The organizers shall ensure that no loudspeaker or public address system is used on the route of the rally without specific permission from the competent authority of the district concerned and that shall be used only between 12 noon to 5 PM.

26. The organizers shall not pitch any tents/shamiana or temporary structure that can be used for the purpose of delivering speeches, organizing dharna, meetings, rally or to be used as a place of abode.

27. The organizers shall ensure that participants in the rally do not consume any intoxicating substance or drugs and indulge in disorderly conduct.

28. The organizers shall ensure that no trolleys, bullock carts, rickshaws, hand-driven carts and animals like horses, elephants/camel or any other animal are brought in the rally.

29. This permission is restricted only to use tractors without any attachments/modifications thereto. Any other vehicles including to wheelers, JCB, Hydra, trolley or modified tractors or any other vehicles with other attachments during the rally are not permitted.

30. The organizers shall be responsible to keep the participants in the rally under control all the time. Any disorderly and violent conduct shall be liable for legal action and withdrawal of permission for the rally.

31. The participants in the rally should not indulge in any acrobats, display of martial arts or stunt driving.

32. No firecrackers or any kind of combustible incendiary material shall be used during the rally.

33. The above permission would be deemed to be invalid during any VIP movement or any other emergency.

34. No weapons such as firearms, swords, spear, mashaals and lathis including other religious symbols other than the permitted ones shall be carried.

35. The organizers shall - (a) abide by all the guidelines, directions, orders and the extant laws. (b) work in coordination with the public authority. (c) cooperate with the authorities under all circumstances.

36. The organizers shall ensure that the participants in the rally shall comply with all the directions given to them by Commissioner of Police, Delhi or any other officer of Delhi police.

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