New Delhi: A body was found on Friday morning at the Singhu border where farmers are agitating. The brutal killing of the man near the farmers' movement has shocked everyone. Now the United Kisan Morcha has claimed that Nihang Sikhs are behind the murder. They cut off the man's hand and killed him. Police have currently registered an FIR against unidentified persons and identified the deceased.
On the other hand, the United Kisan Morcha has distanced itself from the Nihang Sikhs, saying it will extend full police support to the investigation. At the same time, the front has also convened an emergency meeting in the morning to discuss the incident. The meeting will be attended by seven members of the Coordination Committee of the United Kisan Morcha. The United Kisan Morcha has accused the Nihang Sikhs of killing the man on the Singhu border. Kisan Morcha leader Balbir Singh Rajewal's statement on the issue has also surfaced. The deceased has been identified as Lakhbir Singh. His father's name was Darshan Singh, but at the age of 6, Uncle Harnam Singh adopted Lakhbir Singh.
Lakhbir Singh was a labourer by profession and was 35-36 years old. Lakhbir Singh of Scheduled Castes (SC) was a resident of Cheema Khurd village in Taran-Taran district. His parents have already died. His family now has only one widowed sister (Raj Kaur). His wife Jaspreet Kaur also did not live with him. She has separated from their three children. This includes three daughters. Those between the ages of 8 and 12 years. The man's hand was cut off and his body hung from the barricade.
The agitators were initially not allowing the police to even go to the main forum. However, Kundli police later unloaded the body and rushed it to the civil hospital. The 35-year-old man's body has been found with sharp weapons. The hand of the young man who was killed has been found chopped off from the wrist. Police statements on the incident have also surfaced. He said FIR has been registered against unidentified persons. DCP Hansraj said, 'Kundli, on the Sonepat border where the farmers' agitation is going on. A body has been found hanging there at five in the morning. His hands and legs were amputated. It is not clear at the moment who committed the murder. FIR has been registered against unidentified persons. A video is also viral, which is being investigated.' However, the brutal massacre also raises questions about the brutal killing of a man near the farmers' venue and the sound of thousands of farmers there? Were there no security forces deployed near the movement site to prevent this heinous crime? Or is it the tragic result of the division of the protesting farmers? Police are currently investigating the case from all angles.