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Farmers' Protest Highlights| 'Brutal murder of Shubhkaran Singh': Agitation outside Sangrur police station demanding FIR against Anil Vij, Jind SSP

Farmers halted their 'Dilli Chalo' protest march, but remain put at the Punjab-Haryana border until February 29, post which they will decide on a course of action. They alleged that the Haryana government was complicit in recent violence and the 'murder' of 'martyr' Shubhkaran Singh. Meanwhile, Haryana extended internet suspension in seven districts till Saturday, citing the spread of 'inflammatory material' and 'false rumours'. Furthermore, farmers demanded an FIR against Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij and the Jind SSP over Singh's 'murder', with Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh Raja Warring leading a protest outside Sangrur police station. Allegations of police brutality surfaced, with Punjabi youth Pritpal Singh's brother claiming that he was beaten in a sack and denied proper treatment. Thank you for being with DH today. Good night!
Last Updated 24 February 2024, 17:23 IST
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Farmers protest outside Sangrur police station demanding FIR against Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij, Jind SSP over 'brutal murder of Shubhkaran Singh'

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'Beaten in a sack, denied proper treatment in Chandigarh': Punjabi youth Pritpal Singh victim of police atrocities, alleges brother

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Won't end agitation until demands met: Farmer leader Pandher

Farmers participating in the 'Delhi Chalo' call will not end their agitation until their demands are met, farmer leader Sarwan Singh Pandher said on Saturday while indicating that their stir may continue even after the model code of conduct for the Lok Sabha polls comes into force.

Thousands of farmers have been staying put at Khanauri and Shambhu points on Punjab's border with Haryana along with their tractor-trolleys and trucks after their march to the national capital to press the Centre for various demands, including a legal guarantee of minimum support price (MSP) for crops, was stopped by security forces. (PTI)

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13:5724 Feb 2024

Handover injured farmer to us: Punjab chief secretary to Haryana counterpart

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Secretary Anurag Verma on Saturday wrote to his Haryana counterpart demanding that a farmer who was injured in clashes during the 'Delhi Chalo' march and is undergoing treatment at PGI Rohtak be handed over to the Punjab authorities.

Verma said that any other farmer from Punjab undergoing treatment in Haryana should also be handed over to the state authorities. (PTI)

08:5424 Feb 2024

'Beaten in a sack, denied proper treatment in Chandigarh': Punjabi youth Pritpal Singh victim of police atrocities, alleges brother

(Published 24 February 2024, 02:27 IST)

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