Following the violent tractor rally, Delhi police told their side of the story. Alok Kumar, Joint Commissioner of Police, said that farmers broke the pact. Kumar said all assurances by farmers leaders were broken on January 26. Kumar spoke on action to be taken against those who attacked cops. "There were some pre-decided routes for the tractor rally. We had constant talks with Ghazipur farmer leaders since yesterday. They assured us that the rally would go on smoothly. But suddenly at around 9:30 am, a group tried to breach a barricade and the first clash between police and farmers took place here," said the Joint Commissioner of Delhi. "Legal action will definitely be taken against those who assaulted police personnel during the farmers' tractor rally," said Kumar. Watch the full video for more.