Red fort Violence: Gangster-activist Lakha Sidhana on Tuesday in Mehraj village, Punjab Seen in rally Mehraj is the hometown of Punjab CM Amarinder Singh (Chief Minister Amarinder Singh). Opposition to Farm Laws This rally was organized by Lakha himself to raise support and demand for the release of the arrested farmers from the police. On speculation that the Delhi Police may try to cross the state border to arrest him, Lakha said, “If the Delhi Police comes to Punjab to arrest someone, the villagers will encircle it.”
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Lakha Sidhana alias Lakhbir Singh allegedly incited the mob to violence during a tractor rally organized by farmers on Republic Day. During the tractor rally, farmers clashed with the police at many places in the capital Delhi including the Red Fort. The accused in the Red Fort violence case appeared in a public meeting in Lakha Bathinda supporting the farmers’ movement against the new three agricultural laws of the Center. In one video, he is seen sitting on the stage. Lakkha, a crime lord-turned-activist, in a video on social media last week appealed to people to attend a public meeting in Mehraj village of Bathinda.
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Significantly, thousands of protesters clashed with the police during the tractor parade organized by the farmers unions on January 26 to demand the repeal of the three controversial agricultural laws of the central government. Many protesters drove up to the Red Fort driving tractors and this historic Were entered into the memorial. During this time some protesters also hoisted a religious flag on the flag of Red Fort. Many cases are registered in Sidhana in Punjab. He has also gone to jail many times. In 2012, he contested assembly elections in the state, in which he had to face defeat. (Also input from ANI and language)
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