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Protesting farmer representatives say allege plan to kill 4 of them

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 23 Jan, 2021 12:38 AM
  • Protesting farmer representatives say allege plan to kill 4 of them

The ongoing farmer protest leaders on Friday alleged a plan has been in the works to kill four of them and create interference during their tractor rally proposed to take place on Republic Day. 

During a late night conference at the Singhu border, the representatives presented a person who claimed his accomplices were allegedly asked to disguise themselves as policemen and baton charge the crowd during the proposed tractor rally. They alleged claim that they had caught the man from the protest site at Singhu border. He was later handed over to Haryana police.

The head of the farmer leaders Kulwant Singh Sandhu alleged that attempts are being made to disturb the ongoing farmer conflict. The man, who had his face covered with a scarf, claimed a plan has been conspired to shoot four farmer leaders, who are known faces in the media, at the stage on January 23rd. 

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