Farmers from India's Punjab state have begun entering Delhi to protest reforms they say are against their interests.
Thousands of them marched to Delhi, where barricades at the border led to clashes with police.
But they are now being escorted by the police to a protest site where they say they will continue demonstrating.
The government denies that the reforms, which open the farming sector to private players, will hurt farmers.
"Protesting farmers will be allowed to enter the national capital," the Delhi Police Commissioner told local media, adding that they will be allowed to protest and urged them do so peacefully.
Curfew protesters in Rotterdam clash with police Tens of thousands of Indian farmers have stormed the Mughal-era Red Fort complex in the national capital to demand the repeal of new farm laws, with the protest turning violent and resulting in at least one death.
A "tractor rally" called by the protesting farmers in New Delhi on Tuesday saw them clashing with police who fired tear gas and launched a baton-charge as the protesters broke barricades to march to the heart of the city amid Republic Day celebrations.
Al Jazeera's Katia Lopez Hodayan reports. Tens of thousands of protesting farmers clashed with police in India as the nation celebrated Republic Day, Tuesday, January 26.
————————— More than 150 people have been arrested as anti-lockdown protesters clashed with police in central London.
Hundreds of demonstrators marched through the city near Oxford Street chanting "freedom" on Saturday, with some carrying placards reading "stop controlling us" and "no more lockdowns".
The Metropolitan Police said the arrests were for a number of suspected offences including breaching coronavirus regulations and that it expected the number to rise.