Thousands of Indian farmers continued to approach Delhi in a national mobilization against Modi and his attempted deregulation of the farming industry. Thousands with tents were seen moving down the Meerut-Delhi expressway, and police assaulted those attempting to do the same in Patna.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the Bonilla district Antofagasta to protest for the resignation of Chilean President Sebastian Piñera and amnesty for all political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising. Police responded with heavy-handed repression, using chemically-tainted water cannons against demonstrators and firing tear gas and rubber bullets towards the crowd.
Indian farmers on the road to Delhi continued their protests, clashing with police who attempted to barricade the border. Peasants at the border of Bajpur drove tractors through the police line, forcing it to open, and Maharashtra farmers at the Shahjahanpur border banged pots and pans against Narendra Modi during his negotiation address.