Police fires teargas shells as farmers try to march in the direction of Delhi throughout the ‘Kisan Gantantra Parade’, amid the 72nd Republic Day celebrations, at Akshardham in New Delhi, Tuesday. (PTI)
Jammu and Kashmir United Kisan Entrance Chairman Mohinder Singh, a resident of Chatha space of Jammu metropolis, is the primary individual to be arrested from Jammu in reference to the January 26 violence.
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A outstanding farmer chief from Jammu was taken into custody by the Delhi Police right here for his alleged involvement within the violence throughout farmers’ tractor parade in opposition to the brand new agri legal guidelines within the nationwide capital on Republic Day, officers mentioned on Tuesday. Jammu and Kashmir United Kisan Entrance Chairman Mohinder Singh, a resident of Chatha space of Jammu metropolis, is the primary individual to be arrested from Jammu in reference to the January 26 violence.
He was taken into custody on Monday evening and instantly shifted to Delhi for questioning, they mentioned. Hundreds of protesters had clashed with the police throughout the tractor parade known as by farmer unions on January 26 demanding repeal of the Centre’s contentious farm legal guidelines. Most of the protesters reached the Pink Fort driving tractors and entered the monument, and a few of them even hoisted spiritual flags on its domes and a flagstaff on the ramparts.
Singh’s household, nonetheless, mentioned that he was harmless and demanded his instant launch. He (Singh) knowledgeable me that he was known as by the Senior Superintendent of Police (Jammu) and was visiting Gandhi Nagar Police Station earlier than his cell acquired switched off. Upon enquiring, I got here to know that he was arrested by police and shifted to Delhi, Singh’s spouse instructed reporters.
She claimed that her husband was on the Delhi border and never Pink Fort when the violence broke out. He went alone to see the SSP as a result of he was not afraid as he had finished nothing improper, she mentioned.