Prime Minister chairs all party meeting ahead of budget, Opposition supports farmers | Top news | Jan 30

Here are the top headlines of the day: 1. The farmers have been protesting in the National Capital for two months now and suddenly there has been an increase in the number of farmers reaching the borders of Delhi. Times Now's Pradeep Dutta brings out a special report from Punjab, where the farmers' leaders are resorting to extortion. The farmers are being forced to join the protest, and if the farmers fail to do so, they will either have to pay a Rs 1,500 fine or face a boycott. 2. Delhi Police begins to put together a water-tight case on Republic Day violence. New video evidence reveals how the mob was deliberately instigated to lead violence 3. Opposition rushes to protect the Kisan netas. Congress' Rahul Gandhi, AAP, and several other leaders of the opposition queues and urge the agitators to continue the blockade. 4. NSG team reaches the Israel Embassy blast site, examines the explosives used during the blast. The Forensic team probes the note found at the blast site. 5. Manhunt for 2 blast suspects begin, as CCTV footage recovered from the Brazilian Embassy reveals that a cab was used by the suspects. 6. All-party meet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi concludes. Opposition rakes up the farmers' protest and the Prime Minister states that the Centre is ready for dialogue.