Sidhana said in the video, “We have been performing for the last seven months. Now this performance is at its peak and in this regard we are organizing a big program in Mehraj village of Bathinda district on February 23.”
The name of a former gangster from Punjab has now come to the fore in a rally in Bathinda, after being named in a case related to violence in Delhi during a farmers’ tractor rally last month. According to Delhi Police, Lakhbir Singh aka Lakkha Sidhana had (26 January) instigated the protesters to organize violent demonstrations during the tractor rally on Republic Day. During that time, hundreds of protesters clashed with the police at other places in Delhi including the Red Fort. Now again Lakkha Sidhana has called a public meeting in favor of the farmers’ movement by posting a video on Facebook. This public meeting has been convened by Lakkha Sidhana on 23 February in Mehraj, the ancestral village of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh in Bathinda. In which he appealed to the people that a large number of people should join his program.
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Sidhana said in the video, “We have been performing for the last seven months. Now this performance is at its peak and in this regard we are organizing a big program in Mehraj village of Bathinda district on February 23.” He said, “I appeal to all Punjabis living in Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan to join the number of millions so that the Central Government can know that the youth is not desperate, not broken but ready and their We will fight for them till the last breath. ”Let us tell you that, Delhi Police has announced a reward of 1 lakh rupees on the Punjab gangster Lakhbir Singh Lakkha alias Lakha Sidhana. This amount will be given to the person giving information to the police.
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Who is Lakha Sidhana?
The mastermind of the Red Fort violence in Delhi and former gangster Lakkha Sidhana have at least 10 criminal cases registered in Punjab including land grab and murder. He has also gone to jail many times. Village Mehraj is a part of Rampura Phool assembly constituency, from where Lakhbir Singh Lakkha alias Lakkha Sidhana contested the assembly elections in 2012 as a candidate for the People’s Party of Punjab. This party was formed by Manpreet Singh Badal, the state finance minister and MLA from Bathinda and later it was merged with the Congress.
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