New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Wednesday clarified that posters put up at borders of Delhi where farmers have been protesting against the Centre’s farm laws for nearly three months only as a precautionary measure and no action is being taken against farmers.The police said that hoardings were put up at the protest sites after January 26 violence in the national capital when protesting farmers and police clashed during the tractor parade against three agriculture laws.“A poster warning of action was put up at Delhi borders on January 26. Similarly, other posters were also put up 8-10 days ago as a precautionary measure. No action is being taken against the farmers,” said police, ANI reported.Chaotic scenes were witnessed in several parts of the national capital during farmers' tractor parade on the occasion of 72nd Republic Day as a section of farmers protesting against the farm laws stormed into the city way before the pre-decided time, prompting security personnel to resort to lathicharge and tear gas. The protesters also entered ITO in the heart of the national capital and the iconic Red Fort and hoisted flags on its domes and the flagstaff at the ramparts.The posters have text in Hindi and Punjabi that read, “Your gathering is against the law. You are being warned to disperse, otherwise, legal action will be taken against you.”Thousands of farmers, mainly from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, have been protesting on three borders of Delhi -- Tikri, Singhu and Ghazipur -- demanding repeal of the three contentious farm laws. The farmers and the government held multiple talks in the past few months to end the deadlock but failed to achieve any concrete outcome.