Lakha Sidhana, accused in Republic Day violence in Delhi, noticed at farmers’ rally in Bathinda

New Delhi: Lakha Sidhana who’s accused of the Republic Day violence in Delhi, was noticed at a farmers’ rally in Punjab’s Bathinda, in response to the ANI information company.

The January 26 violence accused Lakha Sidhana reportedly attended a public assembly in Bathinda and was seen seated on the dais in a video clip.

Lakha Sidhana is seen in a white shirt and sweater within the image.

In response to stories, he had additionally given a name for the general public assembly in Bathinda’s Mehraj village final week.

Lakha Sidhana is needed by the Delhi Police for his alleged function within the violence that came about throughout a tractor parade known as by the farmer unions on January 26 in opposition to the Centre’s three farm legal guidelines.

Earlier within the day, the Delhi Police Crime Department arrested two key accused from Jammu in reference to the Republic Day violence on the Pink Fort. One of many two accused arrested by the Delhi Police is Mohinder Singh, 45, from Satbari, Jammu.

On Monday, Delhi Police had additionally arrested Jaspreet Singh, who was seen climbing one of many tombs situated on the Pink Fort in the course of the violence on Republic Day.

That is to be famous that the farmer unions had known as a tractor rally on Republic Day in Delhi, which had turned violent when the protesters and police personnel clashed. The protestors had additionally entered the Pink Fort and a few of them even hoisted spiritual flags on historic monument’s domes and the flagstaff on the ramparts.

Hundreds of farmers have been protesting on the borders of the nationwide capital since late November 2020, in opposition to the three newly enacted agricultural legal guidelines.

Farmers have been protesting in opposition to these three farm legal guidelines: Farmers` Produce Commerce and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; the Farmers Empowerment and Safety) Settlement on Value Assurance and Farm Providers Act 2020 and the Important Commodities (Modification) Act, 2020.


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