A total of 109 Delhi Police personnel have been injured in the violence perpetrated by agitated farmers across the national capital New Delhi.

Visuals of an injured policeman lying on the streets, a violent mob accosting another policeman, attempts to target a lady police officer narrate the story of a movement gone wrong, absolutely wrong.

Even as a section of farmers ran amok in the national capital, the Delhi Police kept appealing to protesters to maintain peace and urged them not to take the law into their hands.

There was speculation over a farmer's death. Some claimed he was shot at, but CCTV footage showed how the farmer who died actually rammed his tractor into the police barricades with force upon which the tractor overturned and he got crushed under it.

Meanwhile, Internet services were snapped in some parts of Delhi-NCR like Singhu, Ghazipur, Tikri, Mukarba Chowk, Nangloi and Yamuna expressway till midnight in view of the prevailing law and order situation.

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh condemned the acts of vandalism.

Taking to Twitter, he said, "Shocking scenes in Delhi. The violence by some elements is unacceptable. It'll negate goodwill generated by peacefully protesting farmers. Kisan leaders have disassociated themselves and suspended tractor rally. I urge all genuine farmers to vacate Delhi and return to borders."

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar chaired a high-level meeting during which he directed all deputy commissioners, commissioners of police and superintendents of police to remain on 'high alert' so as to ensure the law and order situation in the state is not disturbed at any cost.