New Delhi: A man was brutally murdered at the Singhu border outside Delhi. His body with a chopped hand was found hanging from a barricade near the main stage of protesting farmers on Friday morning.
The incident has already caused a huge outrage among the farmers who were initially not allowing the police to visit. However, officials of the Kundli police station were later allowed to take the body to the nearby civil hospital.
Nihaangs are being accused of murdering the 35-year-old man whose one hand was cut from his wrist.
The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), umbrella body of over 40 farmer unions leading the agitation against the three new farm laws, distanced itself from the entire incident. The farmers’ body said that it was ready to cooperate with the Haryana government for action against culprits.
“Nihaangs behind the incident. They have accepted it. Nihaangs have been causing trouble to us from the beginning,” SKM leader Balbir Singh Rajewal told.