BREAKING News tension at Singhu Border after lynching of 35 years men

New Delhi: In shocking news from Singhu border, where the farmers are agitating against the farm’s law. A youth has been brutally murdered on the Singhu border where farmers' agitation is going on. The hand of the 35-year-old man is severed and there are marks of attack on the body with a sharp weapon. This dead body was found near the stage of the agitators early in the morning. There is a lot of commotion on the spot. The protesting farmers are not allowing the police even near the dead body. They are also not allowing the police of Kundli police station to come to the spot.


The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of over 40 farmer unions leading the agitation against the three new farm laws, alleged that Nihangs murdered the 35-year-old whose one hand was cut from his wrist.

According to media reports, this incident of murder was carried out on Friday morning. There was chaos in Kundli near the Singhu border in the early hours of Friday when a dead body was found hanging near the main stage of the agitators. The palm of the young man's hand has been cut off and marks of blows have been found on the neck as well. On getting information about this incident, the station in charge of Kundli reached the spot. However, the youth has not been identified yet.

At the same time, let us tell you that earlier in the month of June, a person resident of Jhajjar, Haryana had died at the Tikri border, the protest site of the farmers. He died due to severe burns. In this case, the relatives of the deceased had alleged that 4 people associated with the movement burnt him to death. However, the United Kisan Morcha had denied the responsibility of the farmer protesters on this incident and demanded a fair investigation from the Haryana government.

It is worth noting that farmers are protesting against three new agricultural laws on different borders of Delhi, Haryana and UP. More than 9 months have passed since this dharna. Several meetings were also held between farmers' organizations and the government, but no solution has been found so far.

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