Singhu border massacre: A Nihang Sikh surrendered, to appear in court today

New Delhi: The day before, the brutal murder of a young man on Delhi's Singhu border had stirred up. The young man's hands were chopped off and hung on police barricades. The role of the Nihang Sikhs in the massacre came under suspicion. The United Kisan Morcha (SKM), which led the Kisan movement, withdrew from the Nihang Sikhs, and in the evening a man himself reached the police station and surrendered.

Nihang Sikh Sardar Sarabjit Singh was arrested by the police in the murder on the Singhu border. Sarabjit was arrested late at night and taken to civil hospital by crime branch Kharkhoda and Kundli police station. Nihang Sardar Sarabjit Singh underwent a medical test at the civil hospital late at night. Sardar Sarabjit Singh is now scheduled to be produced before the court today.

According to information received, the crime branch team will produce Nihang Sardar Sarabjit Singh in court this afternoon. Sarabjit can be produced before the court after lunch in the afternoon. Nihang Sardar Sarabjit Singh is said to be produced before the Sonepat district court in Haryana. The crime branch team is said to be able to take Nihang Sardar on police remand.

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