Jastej Singh Sandhu, general secretary of the Haryana unit of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, narrowly escaped on Monday when two motorcycle-borne assailants opened fire on him. At that time, he was going to meet protesting farmers here. Police gave this information. Police Deputy Superintendent Gurmel Singh said 45-year-old farmer leader of former Haryana Agriculture Minister late Jaswinder Sandhu was going towards a toll plaza near Pehowa, when the incident happened.
The DSP said the attackers were chased by two motorcycle-riding assailants, who were driving by themselves, and one of them shot at them from close range, but the bullet did not hit them. They said the car was seized And the forensic team has inspected the vehicle.
Police is investigating
Police is investigating the case. Some posters have been put up by the Delhi Police on the picketing, in which farmers have been warned to vacate the picket. Such posters are irrelevant where the farmers are demonstrating peace by exercising their fundamental rights.
For more than two months, farmers have been staging demonstrations on the border of Delhi. After the announcement of the tractor rally on 26 January, after the way the farmers had caused uproar in Delhi, some organizations were separated. Farmers are protesting on the borders of Delhi against the three new agricultural laws of the Center. Violence took place during the tractor parade of farmers on 26 January and some protesters also placed a religious flag on the Red Fort. Singh's family described him as innocent and demanded his immediate release.