Protest sites of so-called farmers in Delhi have now turned into hubs of drug and alcohol abuse and also that of flesh trade reveals a sting operation by Zee Hindustan highlighting how protests are simply being used as an excuse by anti-social elements. The ugly truth of these protest sites also busts the claims of the likes of Yogendra Yadav who have been encouraging such elements.
A reporter of Zee Hindustan disguised as a farmer discovered the rampant sex trade at these protest sites. A sex worker even confessed that she gets customers regularly from these sites for amounts varying between 100 and 500 rupees. The report also states that several sex workers have put up camps near the Tikri border which has been closed to the public for the past several months.
The sting operation also shows a fake farmer taking the reporter on a guided tour of the protest site. The fake farmer even highlighted the benefits of taking part in the protests. The man also admitted to receiving INR 300 in addition to alcohol and access to sex workers every day.
A local resident, on condition of anonymity, told the reporter that most of the so-called farmers would be found in an inebriated state after 7 in the evening. He added that several of them deliberately made video calls to their families while drinking or from sex sites in order to force them to come to the protest sites.
The video also shows a so-called farmer lying on the road in an intoxicated state. The locals, however, said that the man was under the influence of drugs. It has come to light that these alleged farmers often create a nuisance for local residents in an inebriated state.
Haryana police have taken note of the matter and SHO Vijay Kumar has issued a statement confirming that a thorough investigation in the matter would be undertaken and they would take strict action against those involved in the sex trade.
An OpIndia report in this regard says:
Kumar also informed that this is not the first time that cases of flesh trade from near the protesting sites have come to the fore. An investigation was carried out previously as well with enhanced patrolling in the area.
A farmer in an interview with the news channel revealed that the BKU leader Rakesh Tikait himself is a fake farmer and gets people for Rs 300 to sit at the borders. “He is defaming the real farmers by doing this. The real farmers are working in the fields,” said the man.
“The ones sitting at the borders are all there for drugs,” he added. Another farmer said that the Farm Laws are very much in favor of the farmers and the real ones are toiling hard in the field. “Nobody is a farmer there. They are all mafias,” echoed other farmers from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Rajasthan.
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