Tractor parade violence: Deep Sidhu threatens farmer leaders, ‘If I open the pole, I will not even run away’
Deep Siddadhu, who is being accused for the violence on the Red Fort during the Farmers Tractor Parade on Republic Day
Deep Siddadhu, who is being accused for the violence that took place on the Red Fort during the Farmers Tractor Parade on Republic Day, has threatened the farmer leaders that if they start opening the inside, they will not even run away.
You will not see a way to escape. He said in the Facebook Live video that it should not be understood as a dialog. I have a plea for everything.
"They said 'I am standing, you are giving the traitor's certificate, yet I stand. If I open the pole, there will be no way to escape."
Case registered against Deep Sidhu
Explain that Delhi Police has named actor Deep Sidhu and ‘Gangster’ turned social activist Lakkha Sidhana in the FIR registered in connection with the violence at Red Fort. The Delhi Police has registered a case at Kotwali police station in the northern district under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act and other laws.
Let us tell you that the leaders of farmer unions have blamed Punjabi actor Deep Sidhu for instigating violence during the tractor parade.
Significantly, on the occasion of Republic Day, farmers took out a tractor parade. During this, he took out his rally according to the fixed route. Farmers who reached the Red Fort during the parade insulted the tricolor.
During this time the farmers adopted their tricolor at the Red Fort. Deep Sidhu is also included in this incident sequence. A case has been registered against him. Explain that more than 300 police personnel have been injured in the violence committed by the farmers during the parade.
Delhi Police in action over farmer parade violence
The Delhi Police is taking strict steps regarding the violence during the tractor parade. Police have arrested 200 people associated with the violence. Apart from this, the police have registered a case against several farmer leaders including Yogendra Yadav, Rakesh Tikait, Darshan Pal Singh. Apart from this, the police is identifying people involved in the violence through CCTV footage.