Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala and BJP leader Ratan Lal Kataria have strongly condemned the killing at the Singhu border. "The United Kisan Morcha cannot escape the responsibility of what happened there," he said. Recently, CM Dushyant Chautala said, 'It was a barbaric crime. Police are already investigating the case. But 40 leaders of the United Kisan Morcha cannot escape their responsibility.' At the same time, he said, "The Kisan movement is led by the leaders of the Kisan Sangh and its head is responsible for anything wrong in any organization or department, similarly its leader is responsible in any movement.''
In fact, last Saturday, the Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana visited Gurgaon and said, "This Kisan movement is being led by 40 leaders and the leaders of the agriculture movement cannot escape responsibility for what happened on the Singhu border.'' On the other hand, former Union Minister Kataria termed it a barbaric murder. He said, 'Lakhbir Singh was beaten to death just as the barbaric crimes and killings committed by the Taliban were heard. The United Kisan Morcha is responsible for any incident that occurs at the site of the farmers' movement. They cannot escape responsibility for what has happened at their protest site.''
What is the matter?- The body of Lakhbir Singh, a Dalit man, was found hanging from a barricade near the Kisan Andolan platform on the Singhu border last Friday. In fact, the body of the young man was brutalised and his hand was chopped off. The controversy over the same has escalated so far.