Delhi violence accused Lakha Sidhana spotted in Farmer’s protest in Bhatinda

New Delhi, 23/2 (AO Bureau): Accusing the security agencies of cheating, the accused of violence on 26 January in Delhi reached Lakha Sidhana in Bathinda, a farmer Maharali held on Tuesday. Lakha is present on the stage of the rally and it is being told that he will also give a speech in front of the farmers. A large number of Punjab Police personnel are present on the occasion. Not only this, but the farmer leaders are also telling the police that if they have the courage, they should catch Lakha and show it.

Explain that Lakha Sidhana is the wanted accused of Delhi Police in the violence during the tractor parade on 26 January. A reward of one lakh rupees has also been declared on him. This is happening in Maharalee Maharaj village, which is also the ancestral village of Chief Minister of the state Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh.

Released video, tried to provoke people
Lakha Sidhana, wanted in the 26 January violence case, released a 20-minute video from a gurdwara in Punjab on February 2 and urged the people there to go to Delhi dharna. In the 20-minute video, he said that whenever Punjab has been ignored, pressed and crushed, it has been standing on its feet. Sidhana said, ‘Punjab which has given birth to great warriors and surmahs from time to time, that Punjab has not suffered anyone’s arrogance. The Punjab that was the protector of the oppressed world, who kept fighting for humanity, come for that, my sons, today our talk has come on our existence. The matter has come to my existence, wake up my sons. I need you today. In this video, he asked the farmers of Punjab to gather for the rally in the Maharaj village of Bathinda.

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