Red Fort Violence Charged Seen At Rally In Amarinder Singh’s Village
Lakha Sidhana (white shirt and sweatshirt), was seen at a rally in a Punjab village on Tuesday
Lakha Sidhana, the gangster-activist wanted by Delhi Authorities in connection with the violence at the Red Fort in Delhi last month, was spotted Tuesday at a rally in Punjab’s Mehraj town – which is the home town of Chief Minister Amarinder Singh. The rally, required by Sidhana himself, was to support farmers objecting the farming laws and require the release of those jailed by police.
” If Delhi Authorities pertains to detain anybody in Punjab, villagers will gherao(surround) them,” Sidhana said, referring to speculation Delhi Authorities could cross state borders to try and catch him.
During the tractor rally held by farmers in the nationwide capital on Republic Day, Sidhana, aka Lakhbir Singh, presumably prompted protesters to turn violent. The clashes saw hundreds battle with authorities at several areas in the city, including the renowned 400- year-old Red Fort complex
In a video published on Facebook on Friday, Sidhana had asked individuals to show up in large numbers at Mehraj village, which is in Bathinda district, today to reveal their support for the opposing farmers.
” We have actually been agitating for 7 months. Now, this demonstration is at its peak … we are holding a big program in village Mehraj in district Bathinda on February 23,” Sidhana, who faces a minimum of 10 criminal cases – including land-grab and murder – in Punjab, stated in the video.
There had been some doubt whether he would exist at today’s rally, provided he is wanted by Delhi Authorities. A reward of Rs 1 lakh for details on his location had actually been announced.
Farmer union leaders have distanced themselves from both Sidhana and Deep Sidhu, the Punjabi star also implicated of prompting clashes during the tractor rally. The farmers are holding their mahapanchayats today in Sirsa and Fatehabad districts of Haryana.
Farmers across the country have actually been opposing versus the centre’s laws since late-November, when 10s of thousands drove their tractors to Delhi and have given that been camped around its borders.
After eleven rounds of failed talks, and a number of nationwide presentations, they got the tractor rally – for which consent was provided on condition that only particular paths were followed.
Nevertheless, on the day of the rally, a big group differed that route and encountered authorities.
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